The SIDEJACK series are based on the 1960’s MOSRITE. Mosrite guitars were made in USA and began gaining in popularity in the early 1960’s with the help of The Ventures. Its distinctive shape features a reversed-Stratocaster look. The Sidejack is available in three different models.
Posted by Jim on 22nd Jan 2015
After a weekend in customs and a couple days on the road to me, I pulled this thing out of the box and every string was still in tune. Fit and Finish is as good as my Fender Americans and Gibson Les Pauls. Playability - as good as my Gretsch White Falcon...All this for 400 after discounts. The fact that it's made in China has kind of diminished in importance when it sits in a room of 18 guitars hanging on the wall. Also looks really cool up next to the Gibby and Schecter.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Oct 2014
Got the guitar for my 60th Birthday! I've been looking at it for a long time online. The transition from playing in E for so many years has been challenging but it's now my favorite guitar! The P-90's work so well with the tuning. I'm running it thru a Boss ME-80 into a Fender Bassman and a small Fender guitar amp and the sound is amazing! Serious bottom end with bite!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Jun 2014
My metallic blue sidejack pales my other 35 guitars in both flashiness & quality of manufacture & tone, but the real test came when I had to manipulate the baritone B standard tuning to an open E position so I could play slide. Man did it work!
Posted by Unknown on 19th May 2014
Incredibly impressed this guitar. Amazing sound, the P90s really give that warm clean tone that I was looking for and I have been happy with the breakup on the distortion. The neck is a little thicker than expected but doesn't affect play-ability. This guitar is weighs nothing!
Posted by Robert on 15th Apr 2014
The pictures online do not do this guitar justice! I was blown away when I opened the box. The metallic sparkle blue finish is fantastic, and the cream binding pops against the blue.
This guitar is capable of some serious growl, thanks to the P90s. It's nowhere near as heavy as I expected it to be, and the neck and fretboard feel great. I've had a few practices with my band since my baritone arrived and we've never sounded fuller! If you're looking to fill that space between standard guitars and bass, get this baritone guitar. I will purchase another Sidejack Baritone in the future.