Offered for sale;
Used c1969 Fender Jazzmaster serial number 285207.
This guitar is in good condition. The neck and frets are fine. Cosmetically this guitar is a warrior.
This Jazzmaster has seen a lot of gigs and has had a long and storied life. Just look at the finish wear.
The white binding was introduced in 1965. The block fretboard markers and the “F” parallelogram tuning gears were intro introduced in 1966, The headstock shape was slightly modified in 1967. The black Fender decal was introduced in 1968. All this, as well as the neck plate and serial number, is consistent with a 1969 Jazzmaster.
However, the neck has been over sprayed and the neck date seems to be stamped over a hint of other digits. Also, the nut width letter code is missing. Over the years here have been many anomalies in features, dating, serial numbers and other “facts”. The neck stamp as it stands could be one of those anomalies. At a 1 5/8” nut width, this makes it a “B” neck. The finish looks older than the polyester finish introduced in 1968. The bridge pickup is dated 1967. The neck pickup code ¿6192? is indeterminant.
All that aside, this 7.6 lb. icon is ready for more gigs and more touring.
Hard-shell case included.
“We carefully inspect every instrument when we buy it and bring it up to our standards before we offer it for sale. We also do a full set up before we ship. If you decide to purchase this guitar, please let us know what gauge strings you prefer.”
Serial number: 285207
Scale Length: 25.5”
Number of Frets: 21
Pickguard: Original tortoise shell
Tuners: Original “F” parallelogram
Pickups: Bridge pickup is dated 1967.
Neck pickup code ¿6192? is indeterminant.
Controls: Standard channel pot new, Rhythm channel is original
Width at Nut: 1 5/8”
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