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Calling All Fans: GTL Models are now ON SALE!

June 28, 2022

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Great News: Glarry GTL models are on special sale! All at exciting prices, but not sure which Tele style is better for you? In this video above, we've integrated playing demos of all three guitars, so click to listen and see how they each sound. Plus, we'll compare all the differences between them to help you work out which one is the best electric guitar for you.

Check out the simple table below for a quick overview of the differences:

GTL Models

Solid Body

Semi-Hollow Body

Semi-Hollow Body

Sounds

Sounds Brighter and More Twangy

Sound Warmer and More Punchy

Sounds Richer and Clearer

Feedback

More Immune to Feedback

More Susceptible to Feedback

More Susceptible to Feedback

Sustain

More Sustain

Less Sustain

Less Sustain

Music Styles

Suits A Wider Range of Music Styles

Suits Blues, Jazz and Rock Mostly

Suits Blues, Jazz and Rock Mostly

Appearance

A Smaller Pickguard, Controls Mounted on A Metal Plate

F Hole, A Smaller Pickguard, Controls Mounted on A Metal Plate

F Hole, An Extended Pickguard, Controls Mounted on the Pickguard

Specification

SS Pickups, 3-Saddle Bridge

HS Pickups, 6-Saddle Bridge

SS Pickups, 3-Saddle Bridge

Guitar Body Types

Our Glarry GTL electric guitar bodies come in two types: solid body and semi-hollow body, semi-hollow guitars have a visible “f-holes” located on the front of the body. There are also two types of pickups: Single-Single pickups and Humbucker-Single pickups. The combination of the different pickups and the different body styles is the main reason for their different tones.

Tone Comparison

GTL solid guitar has a brighter and thinner tone and produces more sustain. And solid GTL is less prone to feedback problems.

GTL semi-hollow with humbucking pickups is the warmest-sounding of the three GTL models. It suffers more from feedback issues compared to the solid GTL.

GTL semi-hollow with single-coil pickups has a richer, clearer sound, and feedback is most noticeable when using high gain and high volume.

Music Style Suitability

GTL solid guitar is more versatile than semi-hollow guitars and is suitable for a wide range of styles from country to metal Because it is less prone to feedback problems. This means that it is better suited for high gain genres such as metal and heavy rock.

GTL semi-hollow with humbucking pickups is most associated with jazz and blues, as these styles suit the warmer tones very well. Many guitarists still prefer to play rock music on these semi-hollow guitars though.

GTL semi-hollow with single coil pickups is great for playing country, blues, jazz or pop music, and you'll love its clear, powerful tone.

ON SALE at a super discounted price!

Regardless of what your needs are, finding the best GTL for you will be a lot of fun. These ultra-affordable guitars are currently on sale at super great prices. Any one of them is worth your purchase.

Click on the links below if you want one:

Glarry GTL Maple Fingerboard Electric Guitar

Glarry GTL Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar HS Pickups

Glarry GTL Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar SS Pickups

Unboxing Review

Here are some unboxing review videos where you can get a better understanding of each GTL model.

GTL Solid Electric Guitar

Check out the guitar here: Glarry GTL Maple Fingerboard Electric Guitar

GTL Semi-hollow with HS Pickups

Check out the guitar here: Glarry GTL Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar HS Pickups

GTL Semi-hollow with SS Pickups

Check out the guitar here: Glarry GTL Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar SS Pickups

If you have any questions or suggestions, please fell free to contact us. Our email address is: [email protected] Thank you for your attention!

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