This guitar can be seen around [33:55](https://youtu.be/f-GjbFeOCTw?t=33m55s) in this video. According to [Premier Guitar](https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/TV_Jones_Spectra_Sonic_C_Melody_Electric_Guitar_Review), Setzers guitar is the prototype, on which this model is based. The prototype was built by Tom Jones of TV Jones. The only noticeable differences are the headstock and the fretboard-inlays.more
From top to bottom, the 29.4"-scale C Melody is an impeccably built instrument. Its 1.9"-thick, chambered alder body is topped with a beautifully figured (but not gaudy) maple cap finished in nitrocellulose lacquer and bound with white-and-black celluloid. The TV Jones Classic bridge and Magna’Tron neck pickups are governed by aluminum-knobbed volume and tone controls, as well as a 3-position Switchcraft toggle. The U.S.-made Bigsby B11 vibrato is paired with a Tune-o-matic-style bridge featuring notched brass saddles.
The 3-ply, U-shaped maple neck joins the body at the 16th fret and features a bound, radiused ebony fretboard with 22 medium frets and classy little popsicle-shaped inlays. The bound headstock features a 14-degree string-break angle, a 44 mm Delrin nut, Sperzel tuners, and a mother-of-pearl logo inlay.
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