It is beautiful. Not a surprise, since virtually all the Jay Turser's were copies of something that predeceased them. Outside of a few Gretsch, or maybe a Rickenbacker, Gibson pretty much wrote the book on semi-hollows and hollow bodies. With adding in the less frequent solid bodies via @squierTony, I still think it's a shame that Jay Turser is not producing the high quality semi-hollows and hollow bodies they once were. Great guitars, known quality maker and reasonably priced.