|Comments||Introduced in 1958, Leo Fender intended the Jazzmaster to be a step up from the Stratocaster, aimed at the jazz guitar market and competing with hollowbody instruments. That’s not quite what happened, though; it became most popular with the surf-music crowd. The innovative ‘offset’ body design also led to many imitators, notably the Gibson Firebird. Before long, Fender objected to Gibson’s use of the design, so Gibson flipped it over.This 1964 model has been used as intended, and is in good playing condition.|
|Serial Number||L27796, neck dated 4 FEB 64.|
|Pricing||$3999.99 CAD with original Fender hardshell case. SOLD|
|Neck||Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and clay dots. Decal is in good shape.|
|Frets||Light to moderate fret wear.|
|Body||Offset body design in Alder.|
|Finish||Nitrocellulose lacquer finish, sunburst on body and clear on neck. The finish is worn on the neck, some dings and wear on the body including buckle wear on the back.|
|Hardware/electronics||All original parts.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well as is, and we can of course set it up to the player’s requirements.|
|Case||Original hardshell case included.|
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