Jazzmaster 64 Closet Classic Lake Placid Blue R101723
Custom ordered 2020 Jazzmaster Closet Classic in Lake Placid Blue with matching headstock. Great spec, with AAA Dark Rosewood fingerboard and Alder body sorted for weight. The Closet Classic finish is very authentic looking with nice checking to the nitro. It is fitted with a very expensive, top quality Mastery Bridge for improved intonation (original in case) and it plays superbly. It has also had a 'Home of Tone' wiring harness and pots fitted, (again, original in case) This is a well sorted Jazzmaster used briefly for a project by a well known and respected guitarist / journalist... In pretty much 'as new' condition. Very resonant, cool looking guitar in the right colour! There is even a brand new unfitted anodized pick guard in the case if thats your preference. With Original Brown Tolex case and all Tags, Cert and strap etc.
BODY Colour: Lake Placid Blue Body: Light Weight Alder
NECK Number Of Frets: 22 x Medium Jumbo Scale Length: 25.5 Fretboard Wood: AAA Dark Rosewood Fretboard Inlays: Dot Radius: 9.5" Neck Wood: Maple Neck Shape: Modern "C" .820" at the first fret, .870 at the 12th fret
ELECTRONICS Bass Pickup: J-Master Flat magnet Neck Treble Pickup: J-Master Flat Magnet Bridge Pickup Switching: Standard Jazzmaster Weight: 7lb 11oz, Original Hard Case, Certs, Strap and tags etc.
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