This is such a cool model that Fender featured it on the cover of their 2018 design guide! While the Jazzmaster was released in 1958, this could have, should have, would have model pretends it came out right along side the Broadcaster/Nocaster/Telecaster! The 50's Jazzmaster from the Fender Custom Shop combines an Ash Body with a Maple neck and brass saddles for an authentic 1950's tone. The newly redesigned RSD Jazzmaster saddle may be the best trem friendly saddle concocted by Fender. The Intonation is great and the tone is just as sweet as can be. Finished in faded Daphne Blue and dressed with a Gold Anodized Pickguard, this is a slick looking guitar. Aged to perfection, this Journeyman Relic isn't too beat up but it certainly looks like it's seen a few long nights. The 57 Soft V neck is full feeling, with a 9.5" radius and 6105 frets, it's a great playing guitar no matter the style or position. The handwound Jazz master pickups from Josephina sound absolutely amazing. They are super sweet, with a gorgeous top end, slightly scooped mids, and perfectly accentuated low's for a tone that is full but not fat or flubby. While the Jazzmaster electronics take a little getting acquainted with, you can certainly find some useful tones in those switches and rotary wheels. Included with the guitar is the original G&G Hardshell Case, guitar strap, and certificate of authenticity in a leatherette binder.
Return Policy: We allow a 48 hour approval period. In the event of a return, the buyer pays shipping both ways. The instrument must be returned in original condition as it was shipped with all hang tags, certificates and warranty cards.