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Think about Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Special: 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 Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Special is as good as any of the guitars that are made in foreign countries. All you have to do, if you’re going to play concerts, especially with MIM Fender guitars, is to replace the puppies historically Low , and you’re good to go. But standard puppies are good enough, just as they are. The craftsmanship of this guitar is first rate. The fit and finish is outstanding. I have many other guitars and finish and overall quality of this guitar is as good as most of them.
I bought Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Special as a relatively inexpensive ‘change of pace’ from my Strats, and I haven’t been disappointed. I can play ‘surf’ music with it through the Carvin, and blues and jazz through the Tone King. I also get some really nice blues tones with it when it’s plugged into the Blues Deluxe.
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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.
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I was excited to get my hands on the Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Pickups. 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 Classic Player Jazzmaster Pickups is!
First, the neck is awesome. I much prefer the polyurethane finish to the nitrocellulose finish on reissues and Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Pickups. The medium jumbo frets are an improvement over the thinner frets on all other Jazzmaster models which will also get more life out of the frets, and the 9.5″ fretboard radius makes for a still very comfortable, and more easily playable neck while being able to have a much faster action. I love the neck! The hotter pickups are the next great attribute. They can go from the familiar, well-balanced, bright, & biting Jazzmaster treble sound to full, warm, and fat when using the neck pickup and the rhythm circuit.
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This is my Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Special Electric Guitar. I don’t say that lightly either. I have played this guitar at every single gig I’ve done since 2010. It has also been all over both of my band’s records. It plays great, sounds great, and almost never goes out of tune. (and yes, I use the trem constantly. I also live in Hawaii where the climate, humidity, and my altitude drastically changes all the time)This guitar is just incredible.
Due to my use of fuzz and heavy overdrive, I did change the bridge pickup to a custom Novak Jazzmaster humbucker. (basically a PAF in a Jazzmaster pup cover)but the stock pups are great. I’m so in love with Fender for finally fixing the design flaws and doing all the bridge or tailpiece mods for us. If you’re in the market for a Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Special Electric Guitar. They are the best. Hands down, no discussion. They totally whip the Americans and 50th anniversary editions. This is the one!
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There is a Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player Review. His wife got him this guitar because he kept saying that he always wanted a Jazzmaster. I have a’95 American Standard Stratocaster, a 2003 Les Paul Supreme, Martin D-28 and GPCPA1. This Jazzmaster plays well and does not have any real issues. I have played some instruments off of the walls at music stores and they are in dire need of setups. This one was good, but after playing it for a while, it did settle in and could use a little twist of the truss-rod and maybe a little intonation cleanup. Otherwise it’s great. The pickups do not make much noise, they have a good output, and sound pretty good.
From the Fender Jazzmaster Classic Player Review, I really like this guitar and look forward to adding it to the rotation! Also – I mentioned that it does not come with a hardshell case as being a con, but I actually like having the gigbag because it allows me to have an extra hand when carrying my amp into a gig.