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Fender 60th Anniversary Jazzmaster Vintage Blonde

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Fender 60th Anniversary Jazzmaster Vintage Blonde

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Fender 60th Anniversary Jazzmaster Vintage Blonde

1,199.00

Leo Fender had already completely changed the music world with the introduction of the Telecaster and Precision Bass in 1951, and then again three years later as the Stratocaster hit the market with its sleek contours and variety of tones.

But there was another innovation in the works by 1958, as designs of the wholly new Jazzmaster came together as a plan to offer a top-of-the-line electric guitar for jazz musicians, with a revolutionary offset waist and comfortable contours, the ability to play both leads and rhythm with the flip of a switch, distinctive-sounding pickups.

Initially designed to appeal to jazz guitarist - its offset shape and slick contours made it easier to play seated, as those players often did - the Jazzmaster didn't quite land with its intended audience.

Instead, it first found a home in the hands of surf guitarists on the heels of the Ventures' 1960 hit "Walk Don't Run." One of the first surf songs to crack the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 2, Don Wilson's melodic and simplified style on his beloved Jazzmaster swept the nation and inspired countless others to dive into his reverb-washed tones.

In the late-eighties and early and mid-nineties, the Jazzmaster was a prominent instrument of the massive grunge/indie explosion and could be seen in the hands of scene luminaries such as Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr., the Cure and My Bloody Valentine. And it continues to be a mainstay of rock musicians including Thom Yorke of Radiohead, Nels Cline of Wilco, Ira Kaplan of Yo La Tengo, Win Butler of Arcade Fire and Jonny Buckland of Coldplay.

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