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Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006

Por nachoga hace 3 semanas en Asturias
Expiración: 15/06/2021 | Visto 884 veces
1850 €
Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
  • Jerry Jones Supreme double dual neck electric sitar gatorburst 2006
Guitarra sitar eléctrica marca Jerry Jones de doble mástil en excelente estado en color "gatorburst"(marrón caimán). Un mástil estándar de 6 cuerdas y otro sin trastes para 6 cuerdas cortas que actúan como drones. Ambos con pastillas de lipstick y el puente especial que produce el zumbido característico que imita el sonido del sitar.

Está en muy buen estado salvo mínimos arañazos en la parte posterior. La electrónica funciona correctamente. Sólo una vez tocada fuera de casa (Nowergian wood). Sin humos en casa.

Viene con el estupendo estuche rígido G&G.

Un poco de información que encontré en Internet sobre esta marca:

Jerry Jones built quality guitars in Nashville, Tennessee since the 1980s. After some Danelectro guitars came in for repair, Jerry started thinking that the Danelectro guitar was what he would build for himself. He liked the unpretentious simplicity of the Nathan Daniel’s Danelectro instruments. Early were made in New Jersey. From that point, Jerry began building high quality reproductions of the original Danelectro designs. In 1991, Jerry Jones even visited the Nathan Daniel founder of Danelectro, who was living in Hawaii building sail boats at the time. As of April 2011, Jerry Jones retired and closed down his Nashville factory. The Jerry Jones instruments are a step above the Danelectro instruments in quality and are have now become quite collectable.

Jerry Jones built several versions of the electric sitar that was originally an invention of studio guitarist, Vincent Bell who worked closely with Nathan Daniel at Danelectro. The first electric Sitar was meant to imitate a real acoustic sitar that is extremely hard to learn to play. Vinny Bell wanted an instrument that could sound like a sitar that could be used in pop music and played by any guitar player. It utilizes a “buzz” bridge that was innovated to give its signature sound on the regular 6-strings that are tuned standard (or drop-D).

We can thank George Harrison and the Beatles plus Brain Jones and the Rolling Stones for starting the “raga-rock” sound when they played real acoustic sitars on their early 1960s recordings. The Beatles Norwegian Wood and the Stones Paint It Black first made many westerners hear what a sitar can add to popular music.

In 1967, after MCA purchased Danelectro, the Vincent Bell Coral Sitar was released to the world. The Coral Sitar has been used on countless hits. Original Coral Sitars are pretty pricey in the vintage market and quite collectable for their uniqueness and history. Many of these are not always in the best condition at this point. Jerry Jones reissues are a good choice for this reason.

Jerry Jones first electric sitar was the . Later Jerry Jones built a Supreme Sitar which was a higher-end model and a Baby Sitar which was a less expensive and simpler electric sitar that only had six strings and no sympathy strings. Interestingly Danelectro reissued their version of the Baby Sitar utilizing a Gotoh Buzz bridge.

The Jerry Jones Supreme Sitar features replaces the 13 sympathetic strings of the Master Sitar (or Coral Sitar) with a short, non-fretted neck with 6 drone strings. This short neck has its own tuning keys and “Buzz-Bridge” as well. Now, both necks produce the familiar whirring sound.

Serial numbers and dating Jerry Jones Guitars, Basses and Sitars:
From 1988 to about Mid 1990 – Serial numbers were hand lettered in black ink at lower back of headstock. Black or dark colored instruments may be numbered inside control cavity or backside of white pickguards. Some in neck cavity.

Mid 1990 to about Mid 1993 – Silver and black serial number labels applied to top back of headstock.

Mid 1992 to late 1998 – Serial number engraved on metal jack plate. Models without jackplates have serial number engraved on lower edge of bridge. Sitars engraved number is located on metal string guide at rear of bridge.

Jan 1998 to end of production around 2011 – Printed white label inside control cavity on all instruments. First two digits indicate year of production.

(Esta información proviene de la web chasingguitars y ellos comentan que la tomaron de un foro de guitarras).

Puedes verla en un par de vídeos en Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D46JEIly8HU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9xD0U57uI8

ENVÍO: 45 euros para Península.

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