Item Features: Body Guitar

  • Model: Jazzmaster Body
  • woods: Ash with central part in Alder
  • Construction type: Body constructed with 3 parts glued in the center
  • Circuit compartment: yes, on top
  • Drilling on the top for potentiometers: No
  • Number of holes: 0
  • Holes on the top: none
  • Number of pickups: 3
  • Pickup configuration: 2 Humbucker pickups + a central single coil
  • Drilling and connections from the pickups to the electrical circuit and jack output: yes
  • Side hole for mounting the jack: yes, it has a diameter of 22 mm
  • Bridge holes: No
  • Number of bridge holes: 0
  • Suitable for: Vintage 6-screw tremolo bridge or Gibson fixed bridge mounting
  • Bevels on the body for the belly: Yes
  • Bevel on top for forearm: Yes
  • Rounded body edges: Yes
  • Body Width:
  • Body Length:
  • Body thickness: approximately 40 mm
  • Neck Pocket: Stratocaster Type
  • Neck slot pocket depth: 16mm
  • Maximum width of the Neck pocket: standard 56 mm
  • Maximum seating depth for pickups and depth: 20 mm and 25 mm
  • Maximum depth of the electrical circuit compartment: 30 mm
  • Painting: no
  • Paint type: none
  • Color: Natural live wood
  • Weight: 2,450 kg (excluding packaging)

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  • Artigianale Tipo Fender Jazzmaster
  • Naturale mogano
  • 2020
Made In
  • Italy

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