Jay Turser Vintage Series Flying V

Hi, I'm thinking of buying my son a Jay Turser Vintage Series Flying V. It looks like a solid, well built guitar.

Does anyone have comments on its quality and sound

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Jay Turser has a really good reputation. Their stuff is Asian-made, but the higher-end stuff (they do make some very cheap strat kits, for example) is about as good as anything coming out of Asia, and better than a lot of it. One of my all-time favorite guitars to play (and it really had a sound!) was a Jay Turser strat.

There's probably no place you can go to see one before you buy it, though. Most new ones are sold by one supplier online.

The trouble with Vs is that they are not the most practical shape. Not great for playing sitting down, for example.

Yeah, I have a Dean ML XM that has exactly that problem.

The classic guitar shape, adapted as it was in the Telecaster and Stratocaster, are the time-tested practical shapes.

You'd think so wouldn't you, but my Ovation Breadwinner is the most comfortable guitar I've ever played. It's beautifully ergonomic.

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