26 ThePluckedString 1 month ago The DJet is definitely the place to start. But the Aristocrat is waaaay up there on my list of indispensables. It has a distinctly different voice from the Jet, woodier and more hollow, but completely charming.Alas, the same thing goes for the Eastwood Airline Tuxedo, related in build and tone to the other two (in that they're small-bodied, single-coil guitars which look like solidbodies but aren't). It has a different voice than either of the others, but...well, again, utterly beguiling. (Though it didn't get there for me until I put a glass bridge on it.)Anyway, those three are a trifecta of single-coil glory for me. But if they fly in a phalanx, the Jet is always out front. Yeah, the Tuxedo has been on my short list also. The pickup covers look very similar to the Aristocrat but I doubt they're Franz style P90s. I don't know what Eastwood means by "high output P90s" but I don't usually get along with hot pickups, because they usually have a midrange hump that I dislike. Wait a minute... A glass bridge? That made your Tuxedo do what you wanted? Fascinating.