The Shoreline JM is proving a hit. With big, bold tones and vintage vibes the new addition to the Shoreline range is here to stay.
The Shoreline JM is the newest model in the range and has expanded the bolt on neck designs I offer. I’m a 90’s kid so I’m part of the grunge and indie generation.
This style of guitar is something I have wanted to design for sometime and I couldn’t be happier with how the instruments have been realised. Clear bell like tones with just the right amount of punch and growl when the amp is cranked.
Carved Heel Design
The Shoreline range also includes many modern features to bring it up to date with the 21st century. The easy access neck
The elegant curves of the original body shape balance well either on a strap or on your lap. The maple neck is finished with a hand rubbed oil and wax finish, which brings out the natural beauty of the wood and feels smooth and silky to the touch.
Modern Retro styling
Continuing with using only the finest components these Shoreline JM guitars are fitted with Mastery bridges. Other tremolo or fixed bridge options are available of course.
The JM tremolo design is in an integral part of the tone and feel of this style of instrument. The Mastery set up is excellent. It solves all the problems often encountered with the vintage JM bridges and works effortlessly.
The Shoreline JM’s are available with a number of options, such as pickup configuration, bridge set up, neck profiles and fingerboard woods. Not to mention a wide variety of finishes and scratchplate materials.
My Shoreline JM is my third of Seth’s guitars. Two set necks and this new bolt on.
It’s a very different character to the other two, and I really love it.
It has a real spring and hollowness to the tone.
Built with the same standards as I would expect from Seth, the detailing and feel are superb.
It’s quickly becoming as familiar as an old friend and
accompanying me to band practise consistently.