Fender Custom Shop Limited '62 Jazzmaster Relic, Lake Placid Blue Competition
Hand crafted by Fender's elite team of master builders this absolutely stunning guitar features heaps of custom-selected appointments to truly set it apart from other Jazzmasters. We have never seen another custom shop Jazzmaster quite like this beauty. The Alder body has been hand-selected for weight and comes in at 3.6kg. The hand-wired vintage Jazzmaster Pickups sound amazing on this and sport cream relic covers. Further distinguishing the look of this beautiful guitar is the bold lake Placid Blue Relic finish with the timeless yellow competition stripes all overlaid but some really good looking nitrocellulose checking everywhere. Includes a Vintage style brown Jazzmaster hard shell case with gold plush interior. Please see photos of spec sheet for further details. A real one in a million custom shop Jazzmaster. Nothing beats a Fender custom shop guitar for pristine vintage tone and unparalleled playability!
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The Jazzmaster was designed for the jazz market, but while jazz guitarists never adopted it, it was soon a hit with surf guitarists & then the alt/punk/grunge scene. This Custom Shop ’62 Jazzmaster Relic is a cool nod to the offset original and all the surf, rock, punk, postpunk and alt/indie music it has contributed to on stages far and wide.
We carefully hand-select all our guitars and refuse a lot more than we accept, if they don’t blow us away on all fronts, we just don’t put them in our shop; if it’s for sale by Gas Station Guitars, you know it’s gonna be pretty special. All pictures are of the actual guitars, we do not use stock photos. All guitars have been fully checked and are with us in hand, so it’s straight from us to you! NOT FOR TRADE or part exchange, thanks. We ship to the E.U, Europe, U.S, Canada, Australia, NZ and of course the UK.