Peerless Manhattan Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar
Up for auction is an excellent Jay Turser JT 139 VS. This is a copy of the Gibson ES 135. The big difference, however, is the price. A Gibson 135 costs about five times as much but definitely doesn't have five times the value. Turser packs a lot of wallop into their instruments. At this price point, there is nothing that compares in my opinion. This guitar is basically like it was when I purchased it new a few years ago. The only difference is a little tarnish on the chrome. There is no fret ware because it has hardly been played. There is no buckle rash or any blemishes on the guitar. The reason I am selling it is just to thin the herd. A few years ago, I acquired a lot of guitars in various price ranges. Now, I've upgraded my collection and need to get rid of some of my less expensive guitars. The action is great and everything works just like it should. I just took it to my guitar care pro to inspect it for me to sell it. Here is what he did while it was in. "Tightened controls, cleaned pots, tightened jack, tied wiring, tested electronics." That's all he could find to do to get it ready for me to sell. After taking pictures of this, I thought I detected a smudge on the back. I rubbed it lightly with Pledge and it was just a smudge and wiped right off. It was not a blemish. I also thought the pickguard looked dull in the pictures. It did because the pickguard still has the removable film from the manufacturer. So bid with confidence. Here's the fine print. Please don't bid if you can't pay. No shipping to any place other than the lower 48 states. Payment is due withing three days of auction closing. And, here's the stock information that Turser gives on this model.
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