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JTR Linda SERIES Linda LN30 Tobacco Sunburst
The JTR Linda LN30 provides a well balanced articulated tone from a solid single cutaway body and a custom wired JTR classic hot humbucker pickup. The classic neck feel offers more playability.
The LN30 differs from the LN10 and LN20 by adding a carved, quilted maple top & set neck for that classic look.
Review of JTR Linda Guitar LN30
The JTR series is the culmination of a collaboration between Samick, which is one of the worlds largest instrument manufacturers, with guitar maker J.T. Riboloff, who spent twenty years with Gibson, heading the custom, art and historic division. Together they have come up with the JTR range of guitars which, while it may not have had a lot of publicity, has generally received nods of approval. It’s not a big range, comprising (at least in the UK) a ‘violin with horns’ shaped model for HM fans called (naturally!) the Elvira, a cut-off/asymmetrical V (the Veronica), a Superstrat (the Marie) and a series of single cutaway designs the general shape of which, you can’t help reflecting, Mr Riboloff must have been pretty familiar with when he worked for Brand G!
That said, there is no way the Linda is a copy – it’s just a new take on a familiar theme and none the worse for that! My first impression was that it is an extremely good looking guitar and certainly one that belies it’s rather impressively low price tag. The model that we were provided with was the LN30 in the Trans Lamp Black finish which looks extremely classy and a touch cooler than the its faded burst counterpart.
The Linda is not the lightest of guitars, thanks to a hefty chunk of solid mahogany upon which you’ll find a quilted maple laminate top. Again, the Trans Lamp Black finish sets it off perfectly, giving an uber cool modern look.
The carved top looks fantastic too especially when the light catches it. The set neck comes by way of another piece of mahogany upon which you’ll find a rosewood fingerboard. The headstock is very nicely finished and is emblazoned with the Samick logo.
Moving on to the electronics, the guitar comes equipped with a standard tone and volume control with a three-way pickup toggle switch. The two Humbuckers are Samick’s own ‘JTR Hot’ design and although they are high output types, they do retain a fair amount of clarity. In addition, this model also comes complete with a blend control and a further five way rotary control which gives you access to a variety of different tones at a turn of the dial. The options are as follows:
Position 1: Low Pass/High Cut Filter.
Position 2: Compression & Choke Filter – Use tone control to modify effect.
Position 3: Compression with Nasal Effect – Use tone control to modify effect.
Position 4: Single Humbucker Mode – Only master volume is effective in this mode and 3-way pickup selector becomes shunt switch (middle & amp; neck positions) and finally,
Position 5: by-pass – all additional effects are off and controls function as normal.
The Blend control, meanwhile, attenuates th eneck pickup when the pickup selector is in the middle position. It has no effect when pickup selector is in neck or bridge position.