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A PEEK BEHIND THE CURTAIN!!! 1962 Fender Jazzmaster 01103.mov

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Uploaded on Dec 13, 2010

http://www.frettedamericana.com/fende... Three-Tone Sunburst "slab-board" Jazzmaster weighs just 7.60 lbs. and has a nut width of just over 1 5/8 inches and a scale length of 25 1/2 inches. Solid alder body, one-piece lightly "flamed" maple neck with a very comfortable medium profile. Slab Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 21 frets and inlaid clay dot position markers. "Flamed" maple headstock with decal with Fender "spaghetti" logo in gold with black trim, "Jazzmaster" in black beside it, and "With Synchronized Floating Tremolo" and five patent numbers in black below it. "Offset Contour Body Pat. Pending" decal at the ball end of the headstock. Single "butterfly" string tree with metal spacer. Individual single-line Kluson Deluxe tuners with oval metal buttons stamped on the underside "d-169400 / Patent No.". Four-bolt neck plate with serial number "71056" between the top two screws. The neck is dated "1-62" (January 1962). Two hot Jazzmaster pickups (large white rectangular six-polepiece pickups) with outputs of 7.78k and 7.35k. Four-layer tortoiseshell / white / black / white celluloid pickguard (totally crack-free) with thirteen screws. Two controls (master volume, master tone) with white plastic knobs, plus three-way pickup selector switch and jack socket on the treble side of the pickguard, two roller knobs (volume, tone) plus two-way circuit selector (rhythm/lead) slide switch on the bass side of the pickguard. The pots are dated "304 6121" and "304 6152" (Stackpole May 1961 and December 1961). Jazzmaster bridge and integrated tailpiece and tremolo. This totally original guitar is in exceptionally fine (9.00) condition, with one very small surface chip on the back of the guitar on the body contour, another chip on the bass bout edge of the guitar, and a couple of other very minor surface chips. This is certainly one of the cleanest examples that we ever seen! Complete with the original bridge cover, original tremolo arm, and original strap. Housed in its original Fender light brown Tolex case with brown leather ends and orange plush lining (9.00).

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