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    Item Reviews for: Fender American Vintage 65 Jazzmaster Black with Case  -  FEN 0112200 LIST

    Back to the future - Pure 1965
    By: Don      Submitted: 7/22/2016
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    Product Rating What is your opinion of this product? Most of my "vintage reissues" have been right there at the top of Fender's offerings, both style and build quality, and this one is no exception. To make a long story short, I just can't find anything to complain about. I'm playing 10-46 on it with no bridge problems at this point. And the case that came with mine is pretty much what I always get with Fender. Again it is the same vintage inspired quality as I usually see. Mine was brown, rather than black as advertised, but very classy. This is my first JM after 50+ years of playing (mostly Strats), and I'm thinking I might have been missing something all this time.
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    Best guitar Fender makes
    By: Smitty      Submitted: 4/29/2016
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    What is your opinion of this product? Perfect! Best guitar fender ever made. Best clean sounding guitar I've ever owned.
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    Awesome sound met with frustration
    By: John      Submitted: 2/20/2015
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    What is your opinion of this product? I love it. The tone is great, the neck feels amazing, the look is awesome and the feel is almost perfect for me. The only reason I didn't put it at a 5 stars is because it had some lack luster issues. the case sucks and for the price tag you pay for the guitar you would think you would get a better case. Honestly I have a better case for my Johnny Marr Signature Jag and it's $500 less than this. Then there is the bridge. It is the typical bridge, but remember this is a vintage reissue. Can't call it that if the bridge was different, but honestly since the creation of the Jazzmaster Fender couldn't come up with a fix? Especially for a $2200 one? Anyways I spent about 30 minutes and the bridge works fine. I will replace it with a Staytrem later but it will work for now. Also I don't know how hard the other guy it hitting his strings but I play rock/alternative in a band and I am usually hammering the strings and I have yet to drop screws or anything else. If that happens BLUE LOCKTIGHT
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