"Jay Turser is a luthier that firmly believes no musician should ever have to settle for second best, regardless of budget. That goes for experienced artists looking to get the best buy they can, as well as new guitarists looking for a guitar or bass well-built enough to develop their skills to a high level but accessible to a beginner's wallet. One look at Jay Turser's creations, and we think you'll agree that they've done a great job of providing exactly that.
To find an example of how well Jay Turser delivers on their ""more for less"" philosophy, just take a look at the Venture Mach 1 guitar. This axe draws its inspiration from the classic surf bands of the 1960s plus a touch of '70s punk rock influence, making it a bit of ""The Ventures meet the Ramones."" The selection of woods is traditional and high-end, with mahogany in the body and maple through the neck, topped by a rosewood fingerboard. And, thanks to its sweet P90 Alnico 5 pickups, the Venture Mach 1 produces rich tone that would be the envy of more than a few pricier guitars.
One of Jay Turser's biggest strengths is producing instruments that put their own twist on the world's most famous guitars. For instance, keep your eyes peeled for the JT-200 series if you're a Les Paul fan. Prefer a Strat or Tele? No problem: just look out for the JT-300 and JT-LT lines. These Jay Turser instruments aren't exact replicas of the guitars they're inspired by, and that's the point - they're not meant to be identical. Instead, the idea is to make guitars that have personalities of their own while still capturing the overall look and feel of those iconic designs. That's something that they've certainly managed to do.
With their wide assortment of affordable guitars and basses, Jay Turser has a single mission in mind: to put a high-quality instrument in the hands of every musician who wants one. The results are great axes for beginners and hobbyists, as well as professionals looking for ""daily driver"" instruments they can take anywhere. Whichever category you fall into, Jay Turser has the guitar for you."