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Fender Limited Edition Piano Black Competition Edition 2007 MIJ T-Serial Japan

Fender Limited Edition Piano Black Competition Edition 2007 MIJ T-Serial Japan


Awesome Fender Jazzmaster in discontinued Piano Black competition finish. This is a super rare factory finish for Fender Japan and when you consider they were never made for export outside of Japan it gives you an indication of how many there are (or aren’t) around. Aside from the rarity value this one is an absolute beast. A perfect playing Jazzmaster, we couldn’t put it down.  It’s a 1966 reissue with top quality lightweight alder body, dark/red streaked Indian rosewood fingerboard with vintage 7.25 radius, maple neck and 3-ply mint green pickguard. The glossy Piano Black/VWH is nicely rounded out with vintage looking off white cream pick-up covers. Aside from the rare finish the maple neck and headstock look amazing on this one, tinted very dark with some really nice grain patterns showing all over the neck and headstock. Really resonant too and feels great to play. It is all still factory spec with no mods or repairs. Neck dead straight, truss rod fine, plenty of life left in the frets. Structurally and electrically sound. No issues at all. Weight is 3.6kg. It’s is a decade old old now so has been played, but it very clean with no noticeable paint nicks etc. Just light scuffing. It is of course complete with trem arm & period correct Fender Japan gig bag with, amazingly, all zips intact and working. All in all very cool '66 RI Fender Jazzmaster in a long out of production finish.


At Gas Station Guitars all guitars are carefully hand-selected, 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’d gonna be pretty special.  All pictures are of actual guitars, all guitars are in hand and we do not use stock photos. Please do not offer us TRADES or part exchange, thanks. We cannot always get back to your requests if you do so. We ship worldwide to the USA, E.U, Europe, Canada, Australia, Japan and of course the UK.

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