Category Archives: Fender Thin Skin Jazzmaster

Fender Thin Skin Jazzmaster

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Are you finding the Fender Thin Skin Jazzmaster Electric Guitar? You are so lucky. Our shop is a guitar custom shop, you can custom-made this guitar in our shop. If you want to own it, CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY!!!

The Fender Thin Skin Jazzmaster Electric Guitar Reissue in White Ash Blonde is one of the first series of the 59s, with 9.5 “radius neck and frets 6105. Play beautifully, has a tone much richer and deeper than the a Japanese JMS I owned (and there were many) All parts are original, and the rigid original case is included with all the “candy case”.

The Fender Thin Skin Jazzmaster Electric Guitar was my main gigging guitar for several years, so the finish is not 100% virgin, I have tried to capture in photos. The thin nitrocellulose finish begins to sink into the wood grain beautifully and also take on some natural yellowing. Frets are in very good shape, some minor flattening of the crown in the first position area as pictured, but tons of life left. Guitar was sitting in a case unplayed for several months so that you can get set up to your taste on arrival (but would not you do anyhow). Currently strung with.

Fender Jazzmaster Thin Skin

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Our shop is a guitar custom shop, you can custom-made the guitar which you like in our shop. There I will recommend you a suitable and beautiful guitar that is the Fender Jazzmaster Thin Skin Guitar. If you want to collection it, give us an e-mail!!!

The Fender Jazzmaster Thin Skin Guitar Reissue in White Ash Blonde is one of the first series of the 59s, with 9.5 “radius neck and frets 6105. Play beautifully, has a tone much richer and deeper than the a Japanese JMS I owned (and there were many) All parts are original, and the rigid original case is included with all the “candy case”.

The Fender Jazzmaster Thin Skin Guitar was my main gigging guitar for several years, so the finish is not 100% virgin, I have tried to capture in photos. The thin nitrocellulose finish begins to sink into the wood grain beautifully and also take on some natural yellowing. Frets are in very good shape, some minor flattening of the crown in the first position area as pictured, but tons of life left. Guitar was sitting in a case unplayed for several months so that you can get set up to your taste on arrival (but would not you do anyhow). Currently strung with.