Tri-sound switch
The Tri-sound switch gives a humbucker pickup three different sounds, expanding the versatility of your guitar:

When the pickup selector switch is in the neck position, the neck pickup is selected. When the switch is in the centre position, both neck and bridge pickups are selected. When the switch is in the bridge position, the bridge pickup is selected. If the neck Tri-sound switch is in neck position, the neck pickup is in parallel mode. If the switch is in centre position, the neck side of the neck pickup is selected. If the switch is in bridge position, the neck pickup is in series mode.

Gibraltar Artist bridge
The Gibraltar Artist bridge, made of a light weight Aluminum bridge frame and Zinc saddles, provides natural tone, rich sustain and tuning stability. The low positioned saddles promise comfortable playability.

Ebony Fretboard w/ Artstar Fret Edge Treatment
Ebony produces a tight low end and mid-range with a defined high end attack. It also delivers quick response and rich sustain.

Super 58 pickups
The Super 58 pickups deliver smooth, nuanced tones along with a crisp, biting growl.

Bone Nut
The Bone nut provides richer tone from low to high.

Quik Change III Tailpiece
The Quik Change III tailpiece enables faster and easier string changing.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • JSM20-BKL John Scofield Signature Hollowbody Double Cutaway HH with Bound Ebony Fretboard, Gold Hardware
Categories
Body Type
  • Hollow Body
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Fretboard Material
  • Ebony

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Peach Guitars

Colchester, United Kingdom
Sales:3,105
Joined Reverb:2015

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