This is a very cool and rare Fender Jumbo FJ-70  in Sunburst 1980 and comes with this awesome Original Fender Aluminum Hard Case! 
This one has the solid spruce top and rosewood back and sides. Overall in great shape, plays fantastic. Neck and fretboard are in great shape with minimal fret wear on the actual frets. Beautiful crown inlays on the fretboard. There is a decent sized scratch on the front of the guitar that is visible from the pictures. 

As you can see there is some significant fading on the top outer circle of the top. This happened long before I owned it and the wood and binding under seem to be in great shape no visible cracks or separating anywhere. Really great built guitar. The color fade does not affect the playability, I really think there is a chance its more of a fog in the clear coat that might could be buffed out by a pro. 

**For shipment we will make sure to loosen the strings to relieve any tension on the headstock as well as pack the inside of the case so the guitar is secure in the case, and the case in the box. We get our guitars out the door ASAP- Same or next day shipping. This guitar has been set up to our standards of playing, but everyone's preference is different. A professional setup might be necessary to meet your playing needs. Returns are not accepted for this guitar.  
 

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
Brand
Model
  • FJ-70
Finish
  • Sunburst
Categories
Year
  • 1980
Made In
  • Japan

KMUZI

Amarillo, TX, United States
Sales:35
Joined Reverb:2021

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