Handmade in Nagano, Japan, Momose is known for their attention to detail and quality craftsmanship—carefully manufactured in small quantities, resulting in excellent playability and sound—easily rivaling boutique US builders. They are all hand made by a small production team consisting of skilled craftsmen who have been recognized for their skills, under the guidance and supervision of one of Japan's leading guitar makers, Yasuo Momose.

This Jazzmaster features an alder 2-piece body, thin lacquer finish, rosewood fingerboard, and Momose Hot 60's pickups.

100% original and fully functional.

Instrument is in good condition, with some minor dings in the thin lacquer finish. Finish has many superficial scratches/hazing. Pickguard has minor wear from play. Frets have very minor wear.

- None

- 2-piece alder body
- 25.5” scale
- Thin “C” neck profile
- Bone nut
- 8.25" (210mm) radius
- Nut measures 1.657”
- Depth measures .832” at the first fret, and .938” at the twelfth
- 8.25lbs

Fresh setup with .011”-.052” strings, playing well up and down the neck with proper intonation.

Includes original Momose hard case, paperwork, and vibrato arm.

Ships professionally packed and fully insured with signature confirmation.

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • 3 Tone Sunburst
  • 2016
Made In
  • Japan
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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