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Just arrived from Japan, the CTM JT in White finish limited edition for this winter 2022. Thin neck, ideal for guitarists used to Strat and Tele Top quality finish, very nice hard case, brushed steel pickup cover. Very well balanced pickup that will also make your amp crunch. Very good restitution on the mediums with soft highs and airy bass. Sustain...Sustain.... and all this for a great price
Additionally, we make sure to set-up our instruments so they arrive in their best condition and ready-to-play from the moment you pick them up. But please, don’t take our word for it and give them a try yourself so you can experience their immaculate performance first hand.
We are using a slim C-shaped neck, easy to perform on even for players with small hands, and even for pieces with lots of cord changes, allowing you to take on even the most challenging of songs with ease. With the help of our smooth taper, you will be able to effortlessly glide from a low position to a high position and back without a hitch.
It’s well known that pro guitarists normally don’t use their newly bought guitars straight the way they are set up from the factory, rather they take them to an expert they trust to get it set up to their preference before performing. Veterans who are well acquainted with their guitars also file the nut and finely tune them to get the sound they want by themselves. But with -SeventySeven Japan Tune-Up- series’ trustworthy factory setup, you can rest assured that your performance will be as good as it can be without any additional tinkering required.
One of the biggest contributing factors to how easy to play guitars are is the string height. The strings are carefully adjusted one by one in order to give them just the right height to maintain a great sound while making them easy to press.
Every fret edge goes through a number of different rounding processes that range from using sandpaper, steel wool, and others tools to give every single fret edge the careful treatment needed to make them as smooth as possible so you can slide your left hand with ease, even on the higher frets.
We are using our SeventySeven original -SeventySeven AL2- pickups that employ Alnico 2 magnets. With clean tones comparable to the dazzling bell-like sound that won’t hurt your ears but rather give you a warm, fuzzy feeling while at the same time, if you use an overdrive pedal, you can get a crunchy tone with a crispy edge to it. It will provide you with all the means to boost your creativity and give you a rich experience that undoubtedly will help you make beautiful music.
For the machine heads, we are using Kluson machine heads with their smooth knobs that have a great rotation and solid stability to them, making tuning a breeze and allowing you to focus on your performance without having to worry about anything else.
A specialized hard case with SeventySeven’s logo on it is included, designed to provide great protection to store your valuable instrument
To celebrate the new - SeventySeven Japan Tune-up - series’ launch, and for a limited time only, we will be including a special pickguard designed by Aska Workshop’s designer and engineer, Yoshida Yukihiro, who took charge of the whole operation to ensure a top quality result.
The original SeventySeven Guitars’ logo with Nagano prefecture’s shape as a motif we used on the headstock of our instruments back when we first launched our brand, imprinted on a white acrylic 1ply pickguard as a commemoration of this special occasion.
Body : Flame Maple
Neck : Maple
Ovangkol : Nut
Bone : Bridge ABR-1 Type
Machineheads : Kluson / KTS90SLN Ni (Round knob)
Fret : Nickel Silver
Pickups : SeventySeven / AL2
Controls : 2Vol, 2Tone, 3Way
Scale Length : 628 mm
Width at Nut : 43.0 mm
Fingerboard Radius : 305R
Finish : Urethane UV Coating
String : Elixir NANOWEB Light
Accessories : Hard case, hexagon wrench, warranty card