My 1960 Lake Placid Blue relic next to my real 1960 refin. Both have a nice thin neck and fun to play. I love the alder body on the refin- super tone! Old wood rules. Original pickups sound pretty damn good too :)
2005 Fender AVRI Jazzmaster - Ice Blue Metallic by Frankie Concord Via Flickr: My ice blue metallic 2005 Fender AVRI Jazzmaser. Novak JM90 in the bridge. Novak JMV in the neck. Staytrem bridge and tremolo arm.
SMILE! Its a fender jag ;) ….i love this thing its beaten up has weird electrics and more. Stickers then i can count(on the back too) but its sounds so sweet and is set up to perfection dont judge a book by its cover
Even after Leo Fender left his namesake company, they continued innovating and experimenting. The single-coil sound may be what Fenders are most known for but by the 1970’s, the brawnier, beefier humbucker sound was everywhere. To develop their first humbucker they brought in Mr P.A.F. himself, Seth Lover. These pickups are the heart of the Tele Deluxe, which also featured individual volume and tone controls for each pickup. They offer more output than any previous Fender pickup, and more clarity than what Gibson was offering. As Fender has always been a company that kept a mindful eye on the bottom line they were always looking for ways to simplify construction. For the Deluxe, they used the same neck as their Stratocaster with the larger “CBS” headstock, bullet truss rod, three bolt neck and rounded neck heel. This made managing their on-hand inventory easier. Custom colors were available for order but most can be found in Walnut Brown, Blonde, White, Natural, and Black. As with a lot of Fender’s in the 70s they tend to be on the heavier side, but this very vibey black one is super light and only 7.4 lbs!
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