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Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11

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  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11
  • Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11

Topshelf Instruments

Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 Black 2010/11

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Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66 in black, made in Japan 2010/11. It's hard to beat a JM for sleek looks, and in the classic tuxedo B&W, it's really dressed to kill. The offset body is supremely comfortable and balanced, and combined with a perfectly slim 60s style neck, this is an easy player. Leo's clever dual circuit system means you can dial in a thick, juicy rhythm tone on one circuit and then have a brighter, more defined lead tone on offer instantly on the lead circuit; it's super handy. This has the classic Jazzy 'ping'; the sharp attack and full bodied mids really love a smattering of gain and effects... nothing does pedals like a Jazzmaster. This is a brilliant example of offset-cool; find out what all the fuss is about!

Model: Fender Japan Jazzmaster JM66
Made: Japan, 2010/11, Tokai plant (serial U040362)
Finish: gloss black,  3-ply mint guard
Body: alder
Neck: maple with rosewood board, dot inlays
Mods: bridge replaced with Mustang style
Pickup: orignal Fender Japan JM-single coils
Case: none

Cosmetic condition notes: minor finish wear. There's some light scratching on the front of the body on the top horn and the shoulder carve, as well as a ding not far from the input jack. There's some scratching and dings on the back too in the 'buckle rash' area, as well as a little ding on the end of the headstock. Nothing too major really. Overall: very good condition (8/10)

Playing condition notes: Action is low, neck is straight, intonation is good, truss rod works. All electrics tested and working properly. Frets some minor wear, 7.5/10 for life left. Wearing fresh 11/49s and playing nicely!