James Tyler - Studio Elite

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  • James Tyler - Studio Elite

    Price : $4,000.00

    Posted by : Victoria Rosa

    Posted on : 27-09-17

    Location : Los Angeles

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    Phone : (615) 545-5200

    James Tyler - Studio Elite

    Dan Huff, Michael Landua and Steve Lukither were of the first guys to start using James Tyler's on their sessions gigs. There is even a Dan Huff signature JT. If you know boutique guitars like Suhr, Tom Anderson, Elliot, Veritas... James Tyler Trumps them all. James Tyler Guitars have been going for over 20 years and The Who's who in the LA session scene are known to pitch up to a gig with only a James Tyler Studio Elite because of how versatile they are.

    My James Tyler is a fantastic instrument, in incredible condition. Only light use in studio. When I ordered this guitar, it took a year to build and deliver, these are just incredible guitars and this one if truly a spectacular example of why James Tyler is rated as one of the best if not the best guitar builders in the world.

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    James Tyler has been honing his significant skills for over 30 years while modifying instruments for the top echelons of LA's session scene. Many of those players - Mike Landua, Dan Huff and Steve Lukather amongst others - remain close to Tyler today, and the majority of the features included in most of his current models came from innovations that he developed to satisfy these top players.

    The JT Studio Elite
    Guitar is just stunning, comes with James Tyler Deluxe case and paper work. Has all the optional extras electronics. Pickups are James Tylers.
    Electronics Setup:
    The Studio Elite has a Master Volume and a Midboost control. A push/push "on/off" Midboost Bypass button, and our Lead/Rhythm circuit which breaks down as follows:
    Each pickup has a three-way mini-toggle for series/split/parallel. One position gives you the pickup in series, both coils active in full power. The center position gives you a split sound one coils is being bypassed resulting in a more single coil tone. The third position is the pickup in parallel. That's the sound of both coils running at ¼ the resistance and results in a thinner tone. The two-way mini-toggle above the 5-way is the lead/rhythm switch. This bypasses whatever 5-way and series/split/ parallel configuration you are currently using and changes is to only the bridge pickup in series.

    Open to trades for 2x distresses+cash or TubeTech CL1b+cash

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