2004 Fender Custom Shop Masterbuilt Jason Davis Custom Koa Telecaster with an Ash Body in between a Book-matched Koa Top & Back, and a Koa Neck 

Condition / Wear: Wear wise there is a small scuff at the top of the headstock (pictured above). Also, there is what appears to be a ding on the side of the headstock, but is fairly smooth to the touch & not through the finish (pictured above). Other than that there is only light play wear consisting of very light swirling / scratches. Full specs compiled to the best of my knowledge below.

Mods / Repairs: This had a re-fret done with the same Vintage style fret-wire, and a new bone nut installed by the Fender Custom Care Center here in Georgia.

Other Notes: This comes with a replacement C.O.A. signed by C.W. Fleming, as Jason Davis had left the Custom Shop around the time this and its Stratocaster twin were finished, & the new C.O.A. is dated 6-01-2020. The original C.O.A. had been misplaced, and the replacement process was done through the Fender Custom Care Center here in Georgia. Fender's records has a build date of May 2004 for this, so most likely one of the last guitars built by Jason Davis before exiting the Custom Shop, and was informed by the previous owner that the set was done for NAMM.

Am unsure about selling the matching Strat, but if that would interest anyone then feel free to reach out.

What's Included: Comes with the Original G&G Hardshell Case, C.O.A., and all Case Candy that is pictured above.

Case Condition: Case is in Very Good Condition with some marks on the outside tolex and end caps. On the inside it is clean with the padding a bit depressed where the lower bout would rest while inside. Photos on request.

Questions / More Photos: Be sure to let me know any possible questions you might have, or if you need anymore photos of anything whatsoever, prior to purchasing. Have photos of every angle, but am limited to 25 here.

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This may also be listed elsewhere (Locally & TGP), so may take it down at anytime. **No Trades**


Weight: 8 pounds 7.2 ounces

Body & Neck Construction:
Body: Book-matched Flamed Koa Top - Two piece Ash Body - Book-matched Flamed Koa Back
Body Finish: Natural Nitro Lacquer Finish
Neck: Koa Neck with a fretboard that the guitar shop thought was either Bocote, or Rosewood, leaning towards Bocote because of the grain, but cannot be 100% sure

Neck Profile: Soft “V” Neck Profile (which goes from a Soft "V" to a "C" as you move up the neck
Fretboard Radius: 7.25”
Neck Thickness at 1st: .864” per my calipers
Neck Thickness at 12th: .955” per my calipers
Neck Nut Width: 1.645” per my calipers
Neck Butt Width: 2.20’ per my calipers
No Fretboard Dots
Mother of Pearl Side Dots
Frets: 21 Vintage Style Frets
Neck Finish: Natural Nitro Lacquer Finish

Wiring & Pickups:
Pickups: Neck pickup bottom looks to have ’63 faintly on it, so would assume it is a Fender Custom Shop ’63 Neck Pick-up, and Bridge pickup, but am not 100% sure.

Wiring: ’53-’67 Vintage Style Telecaster Wiring
- POS 3 - Neck PU w/ Preset Bass (No Tone Control)
- POS 2 - Neck Pickup w/Tone Control
- POS 1 - Bridge Pickup w/ Tone Control
- Master Volume
- Tone Control (Pos 1 & 2 Only)

Bridge: ’60s Style Telecaster with Thread Saddles (Nickel/Chrome)
Control Plate: Nickel/Chrome with Barrel Knobs and Black Switch Tip
Tuners: Nickel/Chrome Vintage Style Tuners
String Tree: Round ‘50s Style Nickel/Chrome
Pickguard: Gold Anodized

Listed6 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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