April 27, 2020
By Sara Norton
Get down and dirty with the newest entry into the Streamliner™ lineup in the form of the bare bones Junior Jet Club. These Junior Jet Clubs are built for no nonsense, balls to the wall guitar-driven rock with a touch of class. Take in some of the key features of our latest additions to the highly popular Streamliner series.
Ripping Broad’Tron Humbucking Pickups
Broad’Tron humbuckers in the bridge and neck hit with full throttle rock ‘n’ roll attitude and were engineered to precisely capture punchy mid-range tones and a smoother high end without skimping on a defined low-end. The result is an extensive tonal range that can tackle gritty rock ‘n’ roll licks or even heavy metal runs.
Solid Nato Body
Often referred to as Eastern Mahogany and sharing many of the tonal characteristics of mahogany, the nato body delivers tonal properties that are warm with an emphasis on low and mid frequencies. Nato is also praised by guitarists for its strength and resistance to warping.
Comfy 12” Radius Fingerboard with “U”-Shaped Profile
The slight curvature of the 12” radius fingerboard lends itself to various styles of playing, whether you’re after a comfortable platform for articulate chording closer to the nut or brisk riffing down the neck. If you are a player with larger hands, the “U”-shaped neck profile has higher shoulders that fit snugly in your fretting hand.
A Touch Of Class
These Streamliner Junior Jet Clubs are loaded with classic Gretsch style and attitude. The single-cut body of these models are adorned in slick finishes — a rich Golddust, lustrous Gunmetal, sophisticated Imperial Stain or classic Vintage White.
Each of these models is topped with a tortoiseshell pickguard and nickel hardware. Black vintage-style control knobs top off the Gunmetal, Imperial Stain and Golddust models, while the Vintage White model features gold vintage-style control knobs.
The “Are You Kidding?” Price Point
Who doesn’t love an exceptional instrument loaded with impressive appointments at an affordable price? For a cool $300, the Streamliner Junior Jet Clubs are our lowest priced solid bodies, and are an ideal guitar for a beginner or a musician on a tight budget.