James Tyler Burning Water Studio Elite
Sonic EvaluationThis James Tyler Buring Water is an absolute sledgehammer. the humbucker in the bridge position is downright addictive: punchy, muscular, and rude. The middle single-coil is meaty and full across the board, and it slices through the mix like a lightsaber. The neck pickup is warm and rich, and it has just the right amount of wooliness in the low-end. As with all Tylers, this guitar is also very articulate, and it has studio-worthy clarity. Anyone looking for a Tyler with a big yet balanced sound will love this serial!
|Model||Studio Elite Burning Water|
|Finish Color||Burning Water|
|Neck Wood||Quartersawn Maple|
|Neck Shape||Standard '59|
|Neck Dimensions||.830 1st - .960 12th|
|Fingerboard Radius||Compound 10-12"|
|Width at Nut||1 5/8"|
|Frets||.110" x .055"|
|Pickups||2 Stingray 500 Single-Coils (Neck and Middle), 1 California Special Humbucker (Bridge)|
|Controls||1 Volume, 2 Tone, 5-way Selector Switch|
|Case||Grey Tyler Deluxe Hardshell Case|
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