Johnson Musical Instruments has become the industry's premier builder of high-quality, high-value musical instruments. We began crafting guitars and fretted instruments in 1993 and have continuously expanded our line of acoustics, electrics, reson...
Johnson Musical Instruments has become the industry's premier builder of high-quality, high-value musical instruments. We began crafting guitars and fretted instruments in 1993 and have continuously expanded our line of acoustics, electrics, resonators, folk instruments and amps ever since. Our dedication to preserving the best interests of our customers by bringing to market playable instruments at affordable prices has kept us a forerunner in the musical instrument community. We have a nationwide network of dealers who have supported our mission for almost two decades thanks to our great instruments, excellent reputation and great customer support.
Whether you are a student, enthusiast or an advanced player, we're confident you'll find something in our line to interest you. We pride ourselves on being able to provide instruments with excellent fit and finish, and to offer them at prices that are within the reach of any player.
Edit This guitar is a Johnson Catalyst JS-330
I got this guitar for well under 100 dollars... lets just say minus the horrendous action this guitar is MAD decent. After being used to learning on high-end Epiphones' (LP Custom, SG), then graduating to G&L, American Fenders and Gibsons (mainly SG's honestly), I was expecting this to be an immediate resale (I was stuck on brand names...).. After a setup, this thing shreds! The true gold plated Floyd Rose makes for an added Bonus...wood contours, gold plated hardware, the dude also added locking tuners (not sure why..), currently my backup stage guitar beating out an old fave (a same price-range Ibanez). This thing was made in about 2009 or 10-ish... IN CHINA... I know.. Swing by n play it if ya don't believe me! ;)