Nov 22, 2009

Acoustics are more loved ?

After watching the blog for a while and other activity going on about Jedsons, it seems pretty clear to me that the Jedson acoustic owners are the most passionate about their guitars.

21 comments:

Straggs said...

Hi there, I am lucky enough to own three Jedson guitars, I have a 9000 six string acoustic, a black Les paul copy & a sunburst "true" strat copy, I love them all very much but have to say the Strat is still my favourite.

Straggs

Mark E said...

That's great Straggs! I would like to track down a nice 9000 or W137 but I am in the USA and shipping an acoustic safely across the Atlantic is costs more than the guitar itself.

Anonymous said...

Hi All, You can see a Jedson Acoustic being put to good use on Youtube if you search for "thefirststeps" (all one word)

Best wishes.

Anonymous said...

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Mark E said...

Thank you for the feedback. I am glad you are finding the information useful. I know some things need updating, especially on the main site. I need to spend some time on it but am currently tied up with my real work :-) look for somw changes soon ...

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Mark E said...

Hey, I listened to "thefirststeps" recordings and you guys sound great! Thanks for sharing. The Jedson sounds really nice too :-)

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Anonymous said...

Hello there, was wondering if perhaps you had any information on my guitar, it is not a jedson but a dallas acoustic, not sure where it came from but believe it was bought in Glasgow about 35 years ago, great sounding guitar and bears an uncanny resemblence to a 12 string jedson i saw, from the finish,and bridge right down to the tuners and truss rod cover. any info would be good cheers.
Dave

Anonymous said...

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Mark E said...

Thank you. I have a lot of updates to make. Will do so as soon as possible.

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Anonymous said...

Hi all,
Does anyone know where I can source spares for a tele style B, looking for a tone/volume knob.

Cheers Rob.

Mark E said...

Hello,

Several of the Jedson owners are looking for parts. I recommend you look at Fender and Gibson parts which are very close.

The "True Tele" can use parts from the real Fender Telecaster. The other tele-style guitars have more "strat-like" parts. The real strat and les payl copies can use parts from Fender and Gibson respectively.

I recommend you use parts that are from the same vintage (late 60s, early 70s)

Straggs said...

Hi all,

Anyone out there that is looking for spares for doing up old guitars should try www.axesrus.com
I have used them for bits for my Jedsons & csl's even my Hohner base, they are cheap & reliable.

hope this helps

Straggs

Anonymous said...

hello everybody

I just wanted to introduce myself to everyone!

Can't wait to start some good conversations!

-Marshall

Thanks again!

Glw7377 said...

I have a jedson f 907 acoustic in good shape with a good action. I am in Philadelphia. I was wondering what it is worth.
Thanks for any help

Gavin Pickles said...

im thinking off geting a jedson black beaty mij are thay any good n do thay sound good