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Fender Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster - 3-Color Sunburst

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Solidbody Electric Guitar with Basswood Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, 2 Single-coil Pickups, and Floating Vibrato - 3-Color Sunburst
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Squier's Vintage Modified Jazzmaster is the solidbody electric guitar for your inner iconoclast. You don't want to play the same instrument as everyone else; you want exclusivity, right? Well, here it is, and it's affordable. The Vintage Modified Jazzmaster pays homage to its iconic predecessor, and it's juiced with hot features like dual-circuit switching and a pair of Duncan Designed pickups that give you everything from glassy cleans to jangly crunch. You also get a comfy maple neck with a modern 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard for easy shredding, and a vintage-style floating vibrato. If awesome tone, playability, affordability, and mavericky vibe are on your guitar wish list, then Music Experience's got your axe: the Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster.

Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:

  • The Jazzmaster is all about great tone, playability, and individuality
  • Duncan Designed pickups give this axe a range of tasty tones
  • Squier's Vintage Modified series: hot mods of classic Fenders

    The Jazzmaster is all about great tone, playability, and individuality

    The Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster has a colorful back story. By the late '50s, Leo Fender had some new tricks up his sleeve, and a number of design refinements were infused into the Jazzmaster when it was introduced as an upscale alternative to the Strat and Tele in 1958. The Jazzmaster featured a radical-for-the-time (but incredibly comfortable) contoured offset-waist body, dual lead and rhythm circuits, and single-coil pickups that produced richer, warmer sound than its stablemates. The Jazzmaster was originally aimed at, you guessed it, jazz guitarists, but it found a home in the burgeoning Surf Music scene of the early '60s. Today, the Jazzmaster is celebrated as one of the two "alternative" Fenders (the short-scale Jaguar being the other) and is making music in the hands of artists as diverse as Elvis Costello, J. Mascis, and Thurston Moore.

    Duncan Designed pickups give this axe a range of tasty tones

    Squier's Vintage Modified Jazzmaster is packin' heat in the form of two Duncan Designed JM-101 single-coil Jazzmaster pickups that serve up everything from glassy cleans to jangly crunch. These pups are armed with with Alnico V magnets (same as classic vintage pickups), which give them the warmth, clarity, and punch to compete with your drummer. (If you're in a band, you know exactly what we're talking about!) This pair is voiced in accordance with your tonal needs: a vintage-toned neck pickup and a higher-output bridge pickup. When you crank your amp, you get a gamut of tasty tones, from chimey jangle to aggressive crunch. And thanks to the Jazzmaster's dual-circuit switching, you can preset your lead and rhythm tones and select them at the flick of a switch.

    Squier's Vintage Modified series: hot mods of classic Fenders

    Squier's tapped into something really cool with their Vintage Modified series: hot mods of classic Fenders, all sporting top-shelf materials and components, with primo fit and finish. If you're a guitarist or bassist, you'll likely agree that vintage Fender guitars and basses are heavily lusted-after items, so it's great that Fender, in their infinite wisdom, have set their Squier subsidiary free to create hot-rodded and affordable versions of the classics.

    The original alternative

    An authentically styled Jazzmaster® now joins the Vintage Modified family, with modern touches including clear Duncan Designed™ pickups and a modern fingerboard radius. Squier's Vintage Modified Jazzmaster has the model's distinctive hallmarks, too: dual-circuit switching and controls, floating-vibrato bridge and colorful, stunning finishes.

    In Conclusion

    The neck on this model sports a vintage-tinted gloss finish for a highly desirable aged look. The Duncan Designed pickups on this instrument crank out plenty of full-bodied tone with ease. This instrument features a modern neck designed for comfort and performance, with a contemporary "C"-shaped profile (the shape of the neck in cross section) and a smooth back finish—ideal for those who play with the thumb on the back or side of the neck.

    Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

    • Lightweight basswood offset body, slightly reduced scale length and nut width enhance playability
    • Comfortable vintage-modified, C-profile maple neck with 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard
    • 21 medium-jumbo frets, 25.5" scale length, 1.65" nut width
    • Chrome hardware, vintage-style tuning keys
    • Adjustable chrome bridge; vintage-style, non-locking floating vibrato

    The Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster: legendary vibe, sound, and playability!

    Body Type Solidbody
    Body Shape Jazzmaster
    Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
    Number of Strings 6
    Body Material Basswood
    Body Finish Urethane
    Color 3-Color Sunburst
    Neck Material Maple, bolt-on
    Neck Shape C
    Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 9.5" radius
    Fingerboard Inlay Dots
    Number of Frets 21 (Medium Jumbo)
    Scale Length 25.5"
    Nut Width 1.65"
    Nut Material PPS
    Bridge/Tailpiece Non-locking floating vibrato
    Tuners Vintage-style
    Number of Pickups 2
    Neck Pickup Duncan Designed JM-101N single-coil
    Bridge Pickup Duncan Designed JM-101B single-coil
    Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone, 3-way Switch, Lead Channel with Volume and Tone, Rhythm Channel with Volume and Tone
    Strings Fender, (.009-.042)
    Manufacturer Part Number 0302100500