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2021 Fender M Japan Traditional Series 60's Jazzmaster Olympic White & New Hard Case

£839.00 + shipping

 

THIS GUITAR IS NOW SOLD AWAITING PAYMENT COMPLETION

 

 

 

JAPAN IMPORT

 

This Fender Made in Japan  Jazzmaster finished in Olympic White & with a Rosewood Fretboard is a  model from the Traditional series. It is a classic looking Jazzmaster equipped with a tortoiseshell pickguard but also has a more modern 9.5” radius fretboard, “U”-shaped neck, Vintage Single-Coil Jazzmaster pickups. The body is Basswood with a Maple neck & Rosewood fretboard. The guitar is quite light & weighs in at just 3.13kg (6lb 14.5oz)

 

Overall condition of this guitar is good but it does have some small dents on the front and back of the body. None of these go through the paintwork and consequently are difficult to photograph but please check out the gallery photos. The frets are excellent with no indents

Here is some history from the web relating to the Jazzmaster..

 

The Fender Jazzmaster is an electric guitar designed as a more expensive sibling of the Fender Stratocaster. First introduced at the 1958 NAMM Show, it was initially marketed to jazz guitarists, but found favour among surf rock guitarists in the early 1960s. Its appearance is similar to the Jaguar, though it is tonally and physically different in many technical ways, including pickup design, scale length and controls.

 

Features

 

The Jazzmaster's contoured "offset-waist" body was designed for comfort while playing the guitar in a seated position, as many jazz and blues artists prefer to do. A full 25½" scale length, 'lead' and 'rhythm' circuit switching with independent volume and tone controls, a 'floating tremolo'[1] with tremolo lock, and a uniquely designed bridge were other keys to the guitar's character. The tremolo lock can be manually activated to keep the entire guitar from going out of tune if one string breaks. The Jazzmaster also had an extra-long tremolo arm. The bridge and tremolo construction is very different from that of the Stratocaster, and gives the Jazzmaster a different resonance and generally less sustain. The bridge sits on two fulcrum points and moves back and forth with the tremolo motion.

PRODUCT DETAILS

MODEL NAME: Made in Japan Hybrid Jazzmaster,

SERIES: Made in Japan Traditional Series

COLOUR: Olympic White

BODY: Basswood

BODY FINISH: Polyester

BODY SHAPE: Jazzmaster

WEIGHT: 3.13kg (6lb 14.5oz)

NECK MATERIAL: Maple with Rosewood Fingerboard

NECK FINISH: Gloss Urethane

NECK SHAPE: "U" Shape

SCALE LENGTH: 25.5" (648 mm)

FINGERBOARD: Rosewood

FINGERBOARD RADIUS: 9.5" (241 mm)

NUMBER OF FRETS: 21

FRETS SIZE: Medium Jumbo

STRING NUT: Bone

NUT WIDTH: 1.675" (42.5 mm)

POSITION INLAYS: White Dots

BRIDGE PICKUP: Fender Japan Vintage Single-Coil Jazzmaster

NECK PICKUP: Fender Japan Vintage Jazzmaster

CONTROLS: Lead Circuit Controls (Slide Switch Down) - Volume (Neck), Volume (Bridge), Master Tone; Rhythm Circuit Controls (Slide Switch Up) -Two Thumbwheel Controls for Neck Pickup Volume and Tone

PICKUP SWITCHING: 3-Position Toggle - Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup

PICKUP CONFIGURATION: SS

BRIDGE: 6-Saddle Vintage-Style Adjustable with “Floating” Tremolo Tailpiece

HARDWARE FINISH: Chrome

TUNING MACHINES: Vintage-Style Locking

PICKGUARD: 3-Ply Tortoiseshell

CONTROL KNOBS: White Plastic

Comes with Thomann Black Hard Case

 

Hard Case

 

As with all my guitars, a hard case is included in the sale. The new generic case supplied with this guitar is quite a tight fit but I supply hard cases in the main to protect my guitars from shipping damage which this does extremely well. There are specific cases made by Fender & Gator for the Jaguar & Jazzmaster but these are around £100-£150. I will leave it to the next owner if he wants to upgrade.

Alternatively, if you are collecting the guitar and, like some buyers have cases coming out of their ears, that's no problem, I'll adjust the price (usually around a £50 discount) and I can usually find you an old gigbag to take the guitar away in. The only hard and fast rule I have is that i won't ship a guitar in a gigbag.

If you are further interested in this guitar, you can either email me with any queries & I'll do my best to get back to you within 24 hours.

info@whitstableguitars.co.uk

Or, you can buy quickly and safely using the PayPal "buy now" button and I will ship to most UK addresses the next working day. Highlands and Islands can be slightly dearer but I'll keep the cost as low as I can.

I can accept credit card payments by phone and will also offer a small discount to purchasers using bank transfer payments.

Overseas customers are very welcome but please email me first for shipping quotes.

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