Jazzmaster owners club

Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by Volk, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. Volk

    Volk TDPRI Member

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    Here is mine, it's not Fender, it is assembled starting from Warmoth body and neck:

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  2. ESQUIRE JR

    ESQUIRE JR Tele-Meister

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    kool!
     
  3. mitch_m

    mitch_m Tele-Holic

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    I was looking for this club a while ago. Glad to see that one was made. Now I have an excuse to take some more pictures of my new J Mascis Squier!
     
  4. edipo

    edipo Tele-Meister

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    Hey, Mitch. I'm thinking of buying one of these. How do you like it?
     
  5. rusticoaf

    rusticoaf Tele-Meister

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    This is the only picture i have of mine. Neck stamp of Nov. 1964, all original, beautiful condition.
     

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  6. scantron81

    scantron81 Tele-Afflicted

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    Owned a red MIJ Jazzmaster. Sold it to buy a Gretsch Catalina Club drum kit. Replaced it with a Classic Player when they came out. Paid too much for it. Heavy. Don't like it as much as the MIJ but it works. Pickups are WAY hot. I would like to refin in Sonic Blue. In spite of these things, it sounds really great with overdrive, clean, reverb. The JM does something magical to sound.

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    62 Jazzmaster Friend of Leo's

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    Here's mine:

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    made in 1962, unfortunately re-finished in the '70s :neutral:
     
  8. tubeswell

    tubeswell Friend of Leo's

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    Here's my brand new '62 AVRI in Ocean Turquoise. Three of the bridge saddle height adjustment screws were missing! Is that a genuine vintage Fender experience or what?

    The best part is the Ocean Turquoise changes colour with the light.
     

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    vespa1 Tele-Meister

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  10. Zounds Perspex

    Zounds Perspex Tele-Meister

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  11. lewis

    lewis Poster Extraordinaire

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    My '64.
    Saw it advertised in a Mandolin Bros. Vintage Guitar ad. in 1992. I called them to hold it for me. By the time I got to Staten Island a few days later to check it out, there were three other buyers on its waiting list. $1,400.
    My avatar is the same JM.

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  12. lewis

    lewis Poster Extraordinaire

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  13. Zounds Perspex

    Zounds Perspex Tele-Meister

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    yep! '65 was the cool year for necks - with binding, but before blocks.

    awesome Jazzy, lewis! LPB, yeah? Mine too, although yours looks lighter. Might just be the flash.
     
  14. kypdurron

    kypdurron Tele-Meister

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    my japanese JM was my main guitar since I bought it new in shop 18 years ago, right after finishing school and getting my first bigger money. I still have it, and it's the only guitar that I know I will never sell.

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  15. Zounds Perspex

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    she's here and she's AMAZING. <3<3<3<3<3
     
  16. winny pooh

    winny pooh Friend of Leo's

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    Cool guitar, will definitely get some interest from other players when you play out with that.
     
  17. metulmykul

    metulmykul Tele-Holic

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    Just ordered my second Squier J Mascis JM.
    Love the first, in stock condition. The second will receive some 'tweaking'
     
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  18. edipo

    edipo Tele-Meister

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    I've had my jmascis squier and the pickup selector is already broken. I played a few times with it in a horizontal direction before changing it to a more diagonal-gibson direction. Maybe that was the problem, but it's a pita i have to do so soon (less than two months).
     
  19. kupasa

    kupasa Tele-Meister

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    Just got my squier jmjm today and so far it's instant love.
     
  20. frankg11

    frankg11 Tele-Holic

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    Proud owner of a 62' tobacco sunburst with a mastery bridge. Its a sweetly!
     
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