Today’s Trademark- Jay Turser
Jay Turser Guitars is a manufacturer of American musical instruments, currently a brand of Davitt & Hanser, a JAM Industries division. Jay Turser has been producing electric and acoustic guitars ever since its inception.
Manufacturing facilities are located in China and rely primarily on Asian parts and electronics suppliers, but use imported wood for the body and neck, such as mahogany, maple, and rosewood. The items are sold globally.
Both electric and acoustic guitars are produced by the company. They also produce a line of acoustic and electric guitars, sold in kits that come with accessories and instructional DVDs, targeted at entry-level musicians.
Jay Turser signed an agreement in 2008 with Graph Tech Guitar Labs (by then the world’s leading guitar nut and saddle maker) to incorporate its technology into manufactured instruments. Jay Turser was an American subsidiary. Music Corporation (located in Buffalo Grove, Illinois) until it was acquired in 2009 by the Canadian Jam Industries group of companies.
The trademark of this company was registered in USPTO bearing registration number 2207028. The mark was registered on 1st December 1998.