Fender American Professional II Jazzmaster Left-Handed, Miami Blue
Fender American Professional II Jazzmaster Left-Handed Electric Guitar, Miami Blue
Replay Guitar Exchange is absolutely excited to announce the Fender American Professional II Jazzmaster Left-Handed electric guitar, drawing from more than sixty years of innovation, inspiration and evolution to meet the demands of today's working player. Masterfully-built in America, the American Professional II Jazzmaster Left-Handed is decorated in a dazzling Miami Blue color with a set of nickel/chrome hardware and a 3-ply Mint Green pickguard.
The alder solidbody is perfectly matched by the superbly comfortable deep C-profile maple neck, which now sports smooth rolled fingerboard edges, a Super Natural satin finish and a newly sculpted neck heel for a supremely comfortable feel and easy access to the upper register of the maple fingerboard.
New V-Mod II Jazzmaster single-coil pickups are more articulate than ever while delivering the sparkle and chime the Jazzmaster is known for. The bridge pickup has a tap function that allows both a powerful, throaty sound or a lower-output vintage sound. At the flip of a switch, the rhythm circuit puts both pickups in series for a thicker tone with increased output, controlled by independent volume and tone roller pots. The new Panorama tremolo system with pop-in tremolo arm dramatically increases the range of vibrato available, allowing for deep, Strat-style dives, in addition to classic Jazzmaster warble.
As always, feel free to contact our store for more details, or with any questions.
Neck material: maple
Scale length: 9.5"
Nut width: 1.685"
Fingerboard radius: 9.5"
Neck shape: deep C
Fingerboard material: maple
Frets: 22, narrow tall
Country of origin: USA
Hard shell case included
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