Fender USA Jazzmaster ’66 Dot w/Binding Sunburst/R

$ 12541.92

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The product description is an automatic translation of the Japanese description. Please contact us if you have any questions.

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Please be noted this one is USED not new.
There is not any issue on the function and the playing condition but blemishes on the cosmetic.
Please send message for more detail information of the condition.

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‘Jazzmaster’ debuted in 1958. Until the late 1970s, when the original specifications were released, it seems that popularity and sales were not stable, but with the evolution of replacement parts, the range of arrangements has expanded, and the popularity has skyrocketed again, and now you can often see it in professional settings. As such, it has gained wide popularity among people of all ages and genders as a guitar that can be used in actual combat. I feel like it has become a major model in the guitar world.

This time we have one that was shipped around 1966. The neck has a dot position mark and cell binding specification that is very popular among vintage freaks, and it can be said to be a valuable piece that has become rare to find recently.

[Body]
The overall weight is approximately 3.7kg. The two-piece alder body is painted in a slightly yellow sunburst color unique to this period. There are dents, belt buckle marks, dullness of metal parts, etc., and although it is relatively clean, it has the atmosphere of a vintage instrument.

[Neck]
The head surface has a weather check that gives it a nice atmosphere. The head logo is still intact with some peeling. The tuner has been replaced with a Japanese-made tuner of the same type as the original, and it functions well without much variation in winding. The frets/nut have been replaced once, and although there is some wear and tear, the playability is good. The bridge has been replaced with current fender parts. Head thickness 15.3mm. Nut width 42.2mm. The neck shape is unique to this period and has a uniform thickness and moderate thickness. The paint on the back of the neck has peeled off and it feels smooth to the touch, which is unique to vintage instruments. Also pay attention to the fingerboard material, which has a very nice atmosphere.

[Electrical system]
The control parts and pickups are kept as they were at the time. The slightly structured sound has a rich overtone range and a sense of speed, giving it a pleasant, vintage tone. You can now enjoy customizing the Jazzmaster with your favorite replacement parts, such as the Mastery Bridge and Buzz Stop Bar. Please enjoy finishing it in your own style.

Non-original hard case included

Weight: 3.7kg
Body Material: Alder 2 piece
Neck Material/Scale: Maple 1 piece/648mm (25- 1/2inch
FingerboardInlayRosewood round laminatePearloid dot w/Binding
Nut Width42.2mmreplaced
Fret WidthRadius2.6mmreplaced184.15mm7.25inch )
Neck Thickness (1F/7F/12F): 22.0mm/22.4mm/23.0mm
Pickup (Neck/Bridge): Fender Jazzmaster Gray Bobbin (6.8k/6.6k)
*Pickup DC The resistance value is measured through the control section

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