After being discontinued in 1980 and then re-introduced via Fender Japan in 1986, there might be no other guitar that has had more of a reassurance than the Jazzmaster. Its off-set body and iconic tremolo has been discovered by a myriad of musicians who have used it for a variety of sonic textures and genres.
This particular 2019 Fender American Professional Jazzmaster is in very good condition and features two significant upgrades. Both the bridge and vibrato have been replaced with Mastery parts and the pickups have been swapped for Curtis Novaks (a JM-V in the neck and a JM-Fat in the bridge). The guitar plays great, sounds awesome, and stays in tune better than most Jazzmasters you’ll find.
The body does show signs of play wear and has a few dings here and there (the most significant is pictured). The frets are in good shape and have plenty of life left.
The original hardshell case is included in the sale and sports some rather unique markings as this guitar was once owned by Virginia-based band Illiterate Light.
If you're looking to snag an upgraded off-set at an excellent price point, let this be the one.
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Bolt-On Neck Construction
Fender American Professional C-Neck
25.5” Scale Length
Mastery Bridge & Vibrato
Curtis Novak JM-V (Neck) & JM-Fat (Bridge) Pickups
Volume & Tone with 3-Way Toggle
Original Hardshell Case with Illiterate Light tour markings