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Turner 65

  • 65
  • 65 side

Since the 1930's Jumbo guitars have been making themselves heard. Turner Jumbo's are no exception and great for strummers who appreciate sheer projection that is without doubt 'loud' but also refined enough to maintain the full depth of a dreadnought combined with the extra bass created by the larger size of the guitars 430mm lower bout.

Featured here is the Turner 65 Jumbo. We paired together tonewoods that just sound fantastic, using a solid and articulate 'Spruce' top together with stunning maple back and sides. 'Maple' offers a characteristic of clarity & warmth but also includes a fat treble, a dense hardwood sometimes perceived as tonally 'bright' there is plenty of room for the maple 60 Series in any setting. Visually stunning the flamed-maple back and sides each exhibit unique depth and texture.

With offset pearl fret markings on a bound rosewood fingerboard, the traditional 3 ring soundhole rosette keeps the focus on the quality of these instruments. Unplugged, ready to pick up and strum this non cutaway will rock the house!

 

 

Series Details

top
Solid Sitka Spruce
bracing
Scalloped
back & sides
Flame Maple
neck
Mahogany
In-lays
Off set pearl dots
Nut & Saddle
Bone
Fingerboard
Rosewood
Bridge
Rosewood
Fretwire
Nickel
Machine Heads
Die cast "Grover"
Strings
D'Addario EXP11 EXP Coated 80/20 Bronze Light (.012-.053)
Finish
Gloss natural top, gloss or satin back & sides
Electrics
Fishman Isys+ fitted on CE Models

Body Type Jumbo

Dimensions

Lower Bout
430mm
Upper Bout
316mm
Waist
244mm
Depth
120mm
Overall Length
1050mm
Scale Length
650mm
Width at the nut
45mm






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As a Pro Singer/Songwriter searching for a guitar I tried them all. From top spec £2000 guitars I kept coming back to Turner. Picking up a 72CE it just felt right - from the first stroke, the blend of rich tones played a kind of audio footsie with my senses. Strumming a few chords and then finger picking Dylan’s “Don’t think twice” - I was hooked! - Steve Khan