Introduced in 1959, the Jazzmaster was intended to be Fender's new deluxe model as the company entered in to the 1960s, and would go on to be an iconic guitar in both the '60s California scene and later with alternative guitar bands of the '80s.
This 1972 Fender Jazzmaster is a great example of a CBS era Jazzmaster, with the block and bound neck design that is now so associated with offset guitars of this period. The Alder body is fitted with the classic Jazzmaster overwound single coil pickups, that when paired with the lead & rhythm circuitry can cover a wealth of tonal options.
This guitar is in very good condition, with some changes over the years. The electronics are original with the pots dating to 1966, although the pickups date to 1974. The pick guard has also been replaced. Otherwise, this guitar is all original, and shows only minor signs of play wear.
This guitar has been given a full service & setup by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty.