Category Archives: Jazzmaster Guitar

Guitar Jazzmaster


Are you interested in the Guitar Jazzmaster? If you are, what are you waiting for? The best expression of your love is to BUY IT NOW!!!

This is a great guitar. Guitar Jazzmaster Is easily on the same level as the fender modern player or fender MIM. I am a huge fan of offset body shapes but not the tremolo systems they usually come with. I was planning on buying an american special Guitar Jazzmaster but ended up taking a chance on this while it was on sale. I plan on putting some Rose pickups in it but besides that I am completely satisfied. Do yourself a favor and buy this if you are looking for a hardtail, single coil guitar that is more comfortable than a telecaster or strat.

I love this Guitar Jazzmaster. The price point was my initial attraction. After seeing the guitar in person, I would highly recommend you consider this as your practice axe. I have an American Strat, a custon tele, and a Squire Duo-Sonic. I replaced the tuners on my Duo-Sonic with locking tuners and that mitigated any tuning issues I had with that guitar. I will probably do the same with this one as well. I chose “flat sound” only because the system made me pick something, but it’s true this isn’t your hot-rod guitar, more clean mellow sounds, but you can always turn your amp up to eleven!

New Jazzmaster Guitar


Are you a electric guitar player? Do you know the New Jazzmaster 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 I received the New Jazzmaster Guitar , the saddles needed some adjustment. But the quality control was excellent overall. A while ago I tried my friends American made stratocaster and compared it to the neck on the jazzmaster. Guess what? Both of us actually thought that the neck profile and fretwork on the jazzmaster’s neck was just as good (or perhaps even better) that the strat’s neck. Best of all, it came straight as an arrow with no fretboard buzzing.

Playing the New Jazzmaster Guitar through an Epiphone tube amp, I noticed that the sound quality and timbre was top notch; although there was some slight hum from the pickups, they both sounded great. I’ve played several vintage Fender Jazzmasters in the past, and although the blacktop does not sound the same as they do, it captures the essence of the traditional jazzmaster sound but also beefs it up, making it more applicable to modern styles of music such as alternative and hard rock. Who once knew that a jazzmaster could wail and sustain so well?