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    Jeffrey Foskett JF12 Signature

    MSRP $1,599.99

    Average Street Price $1,279.99

    The Jeffrey Foskett Signature Series brings the 12-string back to center stage! Each year millions of people listen to Jeffrey Foskett hit the high notes on the road with The Beach Boys and rocking out those signature guitar licks! We packed a lot of features into our first ever Signature model. Its wired with a master volume and master tone, just like Jeff has all of his guitars wired. Some truly unique features that set this guitar apart are the independent on/off switches for each pickup (with LED indicators), and we replaced the traditional pickup selector switch with a ‘Blend’ control knob with center detent. This never seen before combination allows for unlimited pickup control and tonal variation allowing you to dial in the exact sound you’re looking for. The LED located under the pickups make it clear which pickup is on. The independent on/off switches allow you to dial in that perfect tone you want, but have the switches turned off until you’re ready to play. This guitars secret weapon is the FosQ enhancement circuit. The ‘Jangle’ and ‘Boost’ controls give you amazing tonal shaping and boost control to get that really shimmery classic 12 string tone that everyone is searching for.

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    Jeffrey Foskett JF6 Signature

    MSRP $1,199.99

    Average Street Price $959.99

    Foskett has been playing hollow body style 6 strings for over 40 years now, and asked us if we could make one that was a little different than all of the others out there.

    This super-clean three pickup ‘Tonezilla’ gives you access to every possible pickup combination…with no selector switch. You can ‘dial in’ any combination and fine tune variation between all 3 pickups. Using the same ‘Blend Control’ knob as first seen on the JF12, you can dial in that perfect combination between neck & bridge pickups. Add in any amount of the center pickup that you desire controlled with it’s own push/pull volume control (which is slaved to the master volume when the center pickup volume control is in the ‘push’ mode, and fully independent volume control when ‘pulled’). Thats a ton of tonal versatility and control!