Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH - Ghost Silver with Rosewood Fingerboard

Solidbody Electric Guitar with Alder Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, 2 Humbucking Pickups, and Tremolo - Ghost Silver
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Loads of Aggressive Punch and Bite!

Guaranteeing a memorable performance every time every time you strap it on, this Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH solidbody electric guitar is simply oozing with unforgettable, supercharged tone. Loaded with a pair of Blacktop open-coil humbuckers, your riffs will be infused with an aggressive, old-school punch and bite that will command attention from everybody within earshot. You also get a coil-splitting push-pull switch built into this guitar's tone knob, providing you with plenty of tonal versatility. At Sweetwater, we were mighty impressed by this solidbody electric guitar's comfortable modern C-neck profile, as well as its contoured offset-waist body. Complete with a vintage-style synchronized tremolo, this Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH is a phenomenal solidbody electric guitar!

Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • Dual humbuckers deliver supercharged tone
  • Offset-waist body provides balance and comfort
  • The Jazzmaster is all about great tone, playability, and individuality
Dual humbuckers deliver supercharged tone

For this Standard Jazzmaster HH solidbody electric guitar, Fender changed out the typical Jazzmaster single-coil pickups for a pair of Blacktop open-coil humbuckers. You can coax anything from classic glassy-clean Fender tones to rich, meaty humbucker tones out of these flexible tone machines. On top of that, you get a coil-splitting push-pull switch built into this guitar's tone knob, providing you with plenty of tonal versatility. This Standard Jazzmaster HH was designed to be a flexible guitar that's ready for any situation.

Offset-waist body provides balance and comfort

Curvaceous, distinctive, and cool, this Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH solidbody electric guitar's offset-waist body isn't just stylish, it's also well-balanced and remarkably comfortable. Although stable and balanced when played in a standing position utilizing a guitar strap, you'll quickly discover that this Standard Jazzmaster HH feels especially comfortable when you play it in a seated position, as many jazz and blues artists prefer to do.

The Jazzmaster is all about great tone, playability, and individuality

This Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH solidbody electric guitar has a colorful back story. By the late '50s, Leo Fender had some new tricks up his sleeve, and a number of design refinements were infused into the Jazzmaster when it was introduced as an upscale alternative to the Stratocaster and Telecaster in 1958. The Jazzmaster featured a radical-for-the-time (but incredibly comfortable) contoured offset-waist body, dual lead and rhythm circuits, and single-coil pickups that produced a richer, warmer sound than its stablemates. The Jazzmaster was originally aimed at, you guessed it, jazz guitarists, but it found a home in the burgeoning surf music scene of the early '60s. Today, the Jazzmaster is celebrated as one of the two alternative Fenders (the short-scale Jaguar being the other) and is making music in the hands of artists as diverse as Elvis Costello, J. Mascis, and Thurston Moore.

Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
  • Dual Blacktop humbuckers deliver supercharged tone
  • Coil-splitting push-pull switch gives you plenty of tonal versatility
  • Alder body provides you with a great-sounding complexity of tones
  • Modern C-neck profile serves up outstanding feel
  • 9.5" radius fingerboard with medium-jumbo frets let you bend up high without fretting out
This Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH solidbody electric guitar delivers loads of aggressive punch and bite!

NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.

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Tech Specs

Body Type Solidbody
Body Shape Jazzmaster
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 6
Body Material Alder
Body Finish Gloss Polyester
Color Ghost Silver
Neck Material Maple
Neck Shape Modern "C"
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay White Dots
Number of Frets 21
Scale Length 25.5"
Nut Width 1.650"
Nut Material Synthetic Bone
Bridge/Tailpiece 6-Saddle Vintage-Style Adjustable with "Floating" Tremolo
Tuners Standard Cast/Sealed
Number of Pickups 2
Neck Pickup Blacktop Open-coil Humbucker
Bridge Pickup Blacktop Open-coil Humbucker
Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone, 3-way Pickup Selector
Strings Fender USA, NPS (.009-.042)
Case Included No case
Manufacturer Part Number 0149500581

Customer Reviews

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5/5

My Jazzmaster

My ghost silver jazzmaster is amazing! There are so many tonal options with it. It sounds, looks, and plays great! It does need to be setup there is a little fret buzzing(very little, mainly on the a & d string) but that's totally understandable being shipped through different climates. Thanks Aaron for getting this guitar to me fast, sweetwater has the best customer service!
5/5

WOW!!!!

This guitar plays by its self, so smooth and sweet playing and sound. I love this guitar, this baby was setup so nice out of the box, also was in tune wich makes me think it was not bang around when deliverd. Xoxo
4.5/5

Hard Rock Jazzmaster? Different is Better

Glad Fender thought outside of the box on this model. After a 20-year drought, I finally bought a new axe and had contemplated this interesting Jazzmaster HH for some time. I used to have a 61 Jazz so it's always been my benchmark for Fender products - of course this HH is not intended to replicate the original sound, circuitry or quality, but the tonal versatility is why it's so good for covering a plethora of more metal and hard rock sounds like a comparable HSS Strat, while still maintain the distinctive edgy twang of the Jazzmaster/Jaguar body and bridge with its cool, not-for-the-masses design. Feels enough like my old one (larger frets and thicker neck aside) enough to bring back and play some old original songs confidently. I was really sold on the humbucker coil tap pull on the tone knob, but a chrome switch somewhere would be more useful, as the stock speed knobs don't allow you to grab them easily to switch between single coil or humbucker. The neck pickup seems to have hotter output than the bridge pickup. Considering the price, value and playability, the HH is comfortable if not perfect to play, and the fit and finish is acceptable (the silver finish actually changes hue under certain light, pretty nice). However, while Sweetwaterâ„¢s order, instrument set up and delivery process is as good as I had heard, my only complaints were that the neck a was a bit bowed and that the pickguard had been somehow scuffed up; I had no idea why this should occur but when I first played the instrument I also left some pick scars, so I think Fender could work on some material quality control and fit and finish for the Standard-series level. (The 'hardshell' case I ordered was a disappointment, but that's another review.) There was some pickup switch noise as well as predictable Fender upper register fret buzz when I tuned down to D but that's easy to adjust and it's otherwise a good, fast neck for leads and comfortable rhythm playing. Fun 4.5 stars
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