#1
Hi guys. I got my yearly bonus a few months ago and it's just been sitting in a savings account. I was going to be boring and keep it there but I saw this in my local shop. The GAS took over and being a huge offset and surf green fan, I had to have it.

It's a Classic 60s Lacquer Jazzmaster. Check it!




Here it is next to my modded Squier Vintage Modified

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mmm nice, love the colour
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#3
Lovely! I'm building a seafoam green Thinline Jazzmaster right now, love Jazzmasters (and Jags). HNGD!
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Makes me want to break out my Jazzmaster and rip into some surf music!

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#5
Nice score man! What a beauty.


How does it play and sound?
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That golden yellow colour of the headstock gives such a nice contrast to the seafoam green colour and the P90's.
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That golden yellow colour of the headstock gives such a nice contrast to the seafoam green colour and the P90's.


Did the Classic 60's series go with the P90 style pickup under the cover? Shame if so, I rather like the Duncan vintages I threw in my CP. Not to say that I don't like the P90's in my Squier JM Jazzy, just that it would be weird to do a 60's style without the classic Jazzmaster pickups.
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Did the Classic 60's series go with the P90 style pickup under the cover? Shame if so, I rather like the Duncan vintages I threw in my CP. Not to say that I don't like the P90's in my Squier JM Jazzy, just that it would be weird to do a 60's style without the classic Jazzmaster pickups.
Fairly sure the Classic 60s has traditional JM singlecoils. According to the Fender site, American Vintage '65s.

Anyway, really nice guitar
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No P90's in here. American vintage 65s they have on the USA models. That put me off the classic player as well. And the fact this came with a sweet hard case rather than a gig bag.

Swapped the bridge to a Staytrem as it came with the usual dodgy one that most Jazzy's come with.
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Swapped the bridge to a Staytrem as it came with the usual dodgy one that most Jazzy's come with.
Thought it looked like it. With enough break angle (i.e. on my Tele), I can cope with the stock rocking bridge, but in general it really isn't a fantastic piece of kit. I guess it was a nice enough idea in theory.
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SteveHOC

No P90's in here. American vintage 65s they have on the USA models. That put me off the classic player as well. And the fact this came with a sweet hard case rather than a gig bag.

Swapped the bridge to a Staytrem as it came with the usual dodgy one that most Jazzy's come with.


That's what I thought. I did a Staytrem on one of my Jags and loved it, definitely worth the investment.
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