FENDER 1964 Jazzmaster Sunburst [SN L25725] (06/24)

$ 14246.92

We are pleased to announce the arrival of a 1964 Fender Jazzmaster.

This Fender Jazz Guitar model was born in 1958 to compete with the G Company, which was the dominant player in the jazz music scene at that time. The newly developed body shape, switches and tremolo unit were designed with the surf music of the time in mind. The shimming of the neck angle just before shipping shows that Fender put a lot of effort into this guitar at that time.

This is one of the 1964 guitars we have in stock. The serial number is L25725 and the neck date is “4 JUL 63B”.

The body is 12/63, also made in 1963. There are no assembly changes, and the color of the solder seems to be all original. Pickups are black bobbin (with 64Date), and both front and rear height adjustment sponges are hard and deteriorated.

Pot Date is 137-6410, made in ’64. Vol and Tone on the Preset Sound Switch side are not visible, but judging from the visible parts, it seems to be original. The condenser is also original.

Pot Date, PU Date, Serial, etc. are all considered to be 1964.

The original pickguard is deformed due to aging, and is generally distorted. The selector knob is also lightly cracked.

Replacement parts are the frets, nut, control knob, and bridge. Overall, the red color remains beautiful, and considering the age of the instrument, it is highly original and in beautiful condition. The truss rod has plenty of room, and playability is excellent.

The price of Jazzmasters has been rising in recent years. This is one of the most royal and universally appealing sunburst-colored Jazzmasters. This is a guitar in excellent player’s condition, perfect for a lifetime.

Please consider this opportunity.

* The key of the case is broken.

* We are sorry, but due to the nature of this item, we will not be able to offer this item at other Ishibashi Gakki stores or locations. Please contact Ishibashi Gakki Shibuya store for any inquiries.
Product Rank: B : Some scratches, but no problem in normal use.
Country of manufacture: U.S.A.
Year of manufacture: 1964

Serial Number:L25725
Case:Hard Case/Genuine
Weight:3.6 kg
Fret Remaining: 70%-80% approx.
Truss Rod: Tighten/Loosen direction
Neck Condition: Good
Manual: None
Other accessories:Arm
Note: Other accessories are only those shown in the pictures.

Please read carefully
* This item is a used item and only one of the actual item is available.
* There are scratches, dents, etc. due to use, and scratches that are difficult to show in the pictures. Please understand in advance.
* In addition, because it is listed in multiple malls, there is a time lag in the sales situation and inventory situation, there is no real time.
Therefore, there is a possibility that the item has already been sold at the time of order.

*** The shipping cost to most countries is included in the listed price ***

All musical instruments we sell have been checked and adjusted for playability. The pictures in the listings are of the actual item so please have a look for an idea of the cosmetic condition. As they are used instruments they may or may not have some scratches or wear to the finish. Please note: Ishibashi will not accept returns or refunds in the case of dents, scratches, or cosmetic wear that were orignally detailed either in the pictures or description. Thank you for your understanding.

Condition: Some scratches, dents and marks. If you would like to know more about this specific instrument, or have general questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Accessories: Please confirm the picture.

Precautions for electronic instruments that use a power supply

The voltage in Japan is 100 V, it is different from most of other countries, you need confirm the voltage of your country and in some cases you have to get locally an adaptor for converting the voltage before use it in your country.

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Not all of the items you purchase from us are in our Shibuya store in Tokyo where we do all of our international communications from. Please be patient while we do inter-company transfers on your items. Once the item arrives here, we will check it over one more time before shipping it out. The usual wait time for our shipping is 7 to 10 days worldwide. We are open from Monday to Saturday 11:00am until 6:00pm (Tokyo time zone) 6 days a week, closed on Sunday.** Please note that all items for sale on here are also available at our retail stores in Japan. There is a chance that they may sell out in our retail location beforehand. We update our information daily, but there is still a chance this may occur. In this event we will cancel the order and refund any payments received. Thank you for your understanding.
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