Tagima Guitars Releases the JetBlues Deluxe

Handcrafted in the Tagima factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the JetBlues Series highlight the custom appointments of world-renowned luthier Marcio Zaganin.

San Clemente, CA (January 16, 2017) -- Tagima Guitars, based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is proud to announce the release of the JetBlues Deluxe Electric Guitar.

Handcrafted in the Tagima factory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the JetBlues Series highlights the custom appointments of world-renowned luthier Marcio Zaganin. From semi-hollow thinlines, and a new-for-2017 solidbody, the JetBlues Series offers instruments made of boutique tonewoods such as Marupa, Marfim, Brazilian Cedar and Pau Ferro. Featuring Tagima custom pickups, and offset body shapes, the JetBlues are music making machines!

JetBlues Deluxe

A semi-hollow Brazilian Cedar body with Marupa top, the Deluxe’s original design also sports a Marfim neck with 22-fret Pau Ferro fingerboard. Two Tagima model Silverbucker Alnico Humbucker pickups with a volume, a tone and three-position toggle switch compliment the Bigsby style tremolo. The Deluxe is the flagship of the JetBlues Series. Colors available include Metallic Green, Natural Satin, Metallic Orange and Black.

NAMM Hall D, #3582

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Intermediate

Beginner

  • Develop a better sense of subdivisions.
  • Understand how to play "over the bar line."
  • Learn to target chord tones in a 12-bar blues.
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