NOTE: These are not our guitars; just saving the images for history and showcasing what's out there.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012


via this auction where you'll find more pics.

"For your consideration is this vintage 1959 Fender Jazzmaster electric guitar. This particular example, serial number 39035, is in near impeccable 100% all original condition and includes the original tweed case (with original case keys), the original leather strap, the original tremolo arm, the original bridge cover, a vintage cable, the original Fender pick pouch, and the original receipt from Ernie Ball's music store! First-year anodized gold guard Jazzmasters are highly desirable, and finding a perfectly intact 100% original example, with such an incredible collection of original accessories, is a particularly special occasion. This perfectly preserved specimen had never been disassembled, so we proceeded to document every detail with utmost care and caution, putting every screw back from where it came. Unbelievably, we didn't clean the guitar, and the lustrous sheen of the finish and hardware remains intact after 53 years of being treated like the time capsule it so accurately portrays. We've seen clean examples, but nothing holds a candle to the overall impressive presentation of this particular Jazzmaster, so if you want the nicest one for your collection, or if you're simply a connoisseur of condition, we couldn't imagine finding a better one.

Serial Number: 39035
Pot Codes: 137 916 (1959 CTS)
Weight: 8 lbs. and 6 oz.

As previously mentioned, this ’59 Jazzmaster is in near mint 100% all original condition. From the frets to the finish, this crisply well-preserved specimen remains all original. With absolutely no issues whatsoever, every solder joint is intact and no modifications or repairs were ever performed. It works perfectly, and is coincidentally quite a great guitar. Aside from several small puncture like dings in the back of the body, the guitar is otherwise mint. Even the tweed case is near mint, with no fading, no discoloration, and no odors. "

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