Used Tuttle 60's S in excellent condition! One-piece Ash body!
Glassy and smooth, this is a really versatile player. The ash body lends this guitar a very strong attack with bell-like tones and plenty of presence. Eddie mentioned that it'd be a great guitar for a dance band...but that was before I switched it into the bridge and drove the amp a little harder. This guitar sounds INCREDIBLE in front of an overdriven amp or distortion pedal. The bridge pickup has plenty of strength for soloing with amazing single note definition but not so much that it sounds muddy or overblown. You could even venture into LP territory with this one!
And, as always, this Tuttle plays like butter. The neck is chunky with a little bit of shoulder and Tuttle's fretwork makes you forget that you ever played anything else. This is a supreme guitar and won't last long! Call Soundpure today!
For the past two decades Michael has specialized in the fine art of what it takes to make a piece of wood feel good. Michael makes the necks feel like they're a part of your hands from the moment you pick them up.
Michael Tuttle's background includes stints with Valley Arts and Don Grosh Guitars, where, among other things, he gained a reputation for his fretwork. As a guitar player for the last 30 years, the transition from a professional musician to guitar builder has been a valuable asset to his company. He built his first guitar in the early 80's and in 1993 started building guitars commercially. After 10 years of honing the art of guitar building working for other organizations it was time to start out on his own. Michael Tuttle Guitars began in 2003. His unique craftsmanship and quality are unparalleled. Once you've played a Tuttle you'll know!