#1
Sold off my Egnater Tweaker. Loved it, but the Vox made it obsolete for my needs. Picked up a MIM Fender Jazzmaster HH. Couldn't resist the Olympic White on black action.

So, what can I say about it? I like the neck. As an owner of several MIM Fenders, the neck feels very natural to me. Fret ends were fine by my standards, nothing scraping me up. Fretboard was a little dry, but nothing a little lemon oil couldn't solve. Action was very good from the box, haven't had to adjust anything other than locking the trem - which is a matter of personal preference. Tuners are smooth. No issues with switches or knobs, everything is smooth. Nothing scratchy going on.

Not a big fan of the humbuckers though. I don't care for the weird chrome/black bobbin thing they have going on. But, I bought with the intention of yanking them out in favor of something with a chrome cover and a little more heat. The stock humbuckers are in my opinion, something like a slightly cleaner JB. Not bad sounding, just not my taste in tone or appearance.

I generally buy used, but the used Jazzmaster market is kind of funky right now as they are fairly popular with the indie/alt crowd. For the price and options, this was pretty ideal for my preferences. So, happy new guitar day to me.

Gear: Gibson Les Paul Studio, Gibson SG Special, Fender Stratocaster, Fender Telecaster, Fender Jazzmaster, Gretsch Pro Jet, Carvin C350, Epiphone ES-339 P90, Epiphone ES-335 Pro. Peavey 6505, Sovtek MIG-100, Vox AC30, Peavey XXX.
#2
Very nice!

And, of course, if/when you decide to start shopping around for new pickups, you know there's a forum full of people willing to help you spend your money.
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#3
I'm actually considering the Fastback beard combers. I've been a faithful duncan user, but I'm tempted to branch out a bit.
Gear: Gibson Les Paul Studio, Gibson SG Special, Fender Stratocaster, Fender Telecaster, Fender Jazzmaster, Gretsch Pro Jet, Carvin C350, Epiphone ES-339 P90, Epiphone ES-335 Pro. Peavey 6505, Sovtek MIG-100, Vox AC30, Peavey XXX.
#4
I can honestly say I was unaware of those.

What kind of tonal change are you aiming for?
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#5
I believe those are the sig pickups for "Fluff" the guy from Riffs, Beards and Gear.
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#6
I know of him, but was unaware he had a hand in a product.
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#7
Nice
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