Category Archives: Fender Jazzmaster Classic

Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player


Are you looking for the Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player Electric Guitar? There is a good news for you that our shop is a guitar custom shop, we can custom-made guitar as your requires. So, if you really like it, contact us to BUY IT NOW!!!

Think about the Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player: most of the guitars which are played by players who play weekend gigs in clubs and garage bands, play instruments which are manufactured in Mexico, Korea, Japan, China, or someplace other than the good old USA. These guitars are the ‘work horses’ of most musicians, and are the backbones of a lot of bands who play and work hard to entertain us.

And the Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player is as good as any of the guitars which are made in foreign countries. All you have to do, if you’re going to play gigs, particularly with Fender MIM guitars, is replace the historically ‘weak’ pups, and you’re good to go. But the standard pups are pretty good, just as they are. The craftsmanship of this guitar is first rate. The fit and finish is outstanding. I have a lot of other guitars (I suffer from the common decease called GAS guitar acquisition syndrome) and the quality and overall finish of this guitar is as good as most of them.

Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player Special


Do you have a suitable and beautiful electric guitar? If you are not, the Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player Special is a good choice. If you want to own it, CONTACT US NOW!!!

I was excited to get my hands on the Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player Special. The set up was a quick fix, I adjusted the truss rod a half turn to loosen it and raised the bridge a touch, and I was set to shred. I have to say I am blown away by what a nice, well crafted guitar the Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player Special is!

The Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player Special guitar also sustains noticeably better given both the hotter pickups as well as the tremolo housing being moved up by about a centimeter towards the bridge. I have no intention of installing a “buzz stopper” aftermarket bar on this model. The Adjust-omatic bridge is also a very nice touch, it’s so easy to set the intonation. I have owned MIM Stratocasters before that were decently made, but had to replace the pickups. I do not intend on changing these pickups in the CP Jazzmaster, it’s a great guitar and an excellent value, and it’s easily the most well crafted MIM guitar I have ever played or owned.