Fender Introduces Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster® Thin, linethe First-Ever Semi-Hollow StratThe Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster Thinline ($1,999.99) is the first semi-hollow Strat that combines custom chambers with a traditional Stratocaster arm and body contours.In 2015, Johnson approached Fender to co-design a lightweight, resonant instrument that combined the tones of his favorite semi-hollow body guitars and his Stratocaster. What resulted was an R&D tour de force featuring a custom-chambered body finished with nitrocellulose lacquer, as well as three single-coil Stratocaster pickups specially voiced to meet Johnson’s specifications and mounted to the semi-hollow, two-piece alder body with countersunk screws for even more vibration transfer.Other features include a comfortable “’57 Soft V”-shaped quartersawn maple neck with a 12”-radius maple fingerboard and 21 medium-jumbo frets; a vintage-style tremolo with silver-painted block; ’57-style string recesses; a thin headstock with vintage-style staggered tuning machines; ’57-style parchment pickguard and an “ashtray” bridge cover.
Yamaha CG-TA Introduces TransAcoustic Technology to CG Series Nylon String Guitars
Kennesaw State University: Jazz Studies
Trey Wright: Professor of Music at Kennesaw State University
Jazz Guitar Today Welcomes Chuck Anderson!
Oz Noy: “Booga Looga Loo” Album, Tour and More…
What Strings Are Best for Jazz?
The Real Book: To Burn, or Not to Burn?
Which Guitar for Jazz?
Artist Features4 months ago
Jon Herington – Steely Dan, Solo Projects and Advice for Players
Product Announcements3 months ago
Rick Turner Limited Edition Lindsey Buckingham Guitar
Beyond the Frets1 month ago
Beyond the Frets: Looking Past Your Instrument
Beyond the Frets3 months ago
Beyond the Frets: How to Make a Living Playing Jazz Guitar