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Fender Jazzmaster Blue Guitar


Are you a electric guitar player? Do you know the Fender Jazzmaster Blue Guitar? It is a characteristic guitar, a lot of players collect it. If you want to collect it, too. GIVE US AN E-MAIL!!!

When Fender Jazzmaster equipped with a “floating” tremolo bridge and tailpiece, their design was ahead of its time. The tremolo lock the Jazzmaster can be activated manually to keep you in the air even if you break a chain. The Fender Jazzmaster Blue Guitar bridge and tremolo construction on the Jazzmaster is very different from that of the STC, which is part of what gives the Jazzmaster its wide microphones “of soapbar” unique tone. The Jazzmaster resonance produce a wide tone resonance. Unlike larger, thin coils of the Stratocaster, the Jazzmaster flat microphones provide a more jazzy mellow tone with less bite than most single-coil pickups.

With “lead” separate circuits and “rhythm” sound versatility of the Jazzmaster is worthy of attention. Each circuit has of control the tone and volume independent, further enhancing the flexibility of the guitar. When using the “rhythm” circuit, only the neck pickup is selected, the classical guitar buttons are bypassed, and the tone and volume are moderated by two commands unique dial. Because the Fender Jazzmaster Blue Guitar use separate controls for each channel, you can quickly switch to a volume and tone “preset” for setting rhythmic play.