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The Fender Jazzmaster Scale pickup circuit with “Roller” unusual thumb wheel controls and slide switch to the upper end of the neck pickguard. The slide switch lets you choose between two different circuits pickup, the “lead” and “rhythmic” circuits. When the switch is in the top position. When it is in the rhythm position, it selects the neck pickup only with the brightness and turns off slightly due to the capacitor, and the volume and tone are controlled by two knobs; other control the are bypassed. The intention was that this circuit would allow the interpreter to move quickly to volume and tone “preset” rhythm game setting.
Some examples of early pre-production or prototypes came with a maple neck one piece, a rubber key and black lacquered aluminum pickguard. Rosewood has become a standard handle material on other Fender Jazzmaster Scale models around 1959. The link was added to the sleeve of Jazzmaster in 1965 and 1966 marks the points were replaced with pearly blocks. A maple fingerboard with binding option inlays and black blocks was briefly offered in the mid-1970s Jazzmaster bodies were built from ash, alder, linden and over the years.