Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster - Olympic White

Solidbody Electric Guitar with Basswood Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, 2 Single-coil Pickups, and Floating Vibrato - Olympic White
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Get That Jazzmaster Vibe, Affordably

Squier's Vintage Modified Jazzmaster is the solidbody electric guitar for your inner iconoclast. You don't want to play the same instrument as everyone else; you want exclusivity, right? Well, here it is, and it's affordable. The Vintage Modified Jazzmaster pays homage to its iconic predecessor, and it's juiced with hot features like dual-circuit switching and a pair of Duncan Designed pickups that give you everything from glassy cleans to jangly crunch. You also get a comfy maple neck with a modern 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard for easy shredding, and a vintage-style floating vibrato. If awesome tone, playability, affordability, and mavericky vibe are on your guitar wish list, then Sweetwater's got your axe: the Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster.

Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:

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

  • Duncan Designed pickups give this axe a range of tasty tones
  • Squier's Vintage Modified series: hot mods of classic Fenders
The Jazzmaster is all about great tone, playability, and individuality

The Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster 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 Strat and Tele 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 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.

Duncan Designed pickups give this axe a range of tasty tones

Squier's Vintage Modified Jazzmaster is packin' heat in the form of two Duncan Designed JM-101 single-coil Jazzmaster pickups that serve up everything from glassy cleans to jangly crunch. These pups are armed with with Alnico V magnets (same as classic vintage pickups), which give them the warmth, clarity, and punch to compete with your drummer. (If you're in a band, you know exactly what we're talking about!) This pair is voiced in accordance with your tonal needs: a vintage-toned neck pickup and a higher-output bridge pickup. When you crank your amp, you get a gamut of tasty tones, from chimey jangle to aggressive crunch. And thanks to the Jazzmaster's dual-circuit switching, you can preset your lead and rhythm tones and select them at the flick of a switch.

Squier's Vintage Modified series: hot mods of classic Fenders

Squier's tapped into something really cool with their Vintage Modified series: hot mods of classic Fenders, all sporting top-shelf materials and components, with primo fit and finish. If you're a guitarist or bassist, you'll likely agree that vintage Fender guitars and basses are heavily lusted-after items, so it's great that Fender, in their infinite wisdom, have set their Squier subsidiary free to create hot-rodded and affordable versions of the classics.

Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

  • Lightweight basswood offset body, slightly reduced scale length and nut width enhance playability

  • Comfortable vintage-modified, C-profile maple neck with 9.5"-radius rosewood fingerboard
  • 21 medium-jumbo frets, 25.5" scale length, 1.65" nut width
  • Chrome hardware, vintage-style tuning keys
  • Adjustable chrome bridge; vintage-style, non-locking floating vibrato
The Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster: legendary vibe, sound, and playability!

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 Basswood
Body Finish Urethane
Color Olympic White
Neck Material Maple, bolt-on
Neck Shape C
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 9.5" radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 21 (Medium Jumbo)
Scale Length 25.5"
Nut Width 1.65"
Nut Material PPS
Bridge/Tailpiece Non-locking floating vibrato
Tuners Vintage-style
Number of Pickups 2
Neck Pickup Duncan Designed JM-101N single-coil
Bridge Pickup Duncan Designed JM-101B single-coil
Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone, 3-way Switch, Lead Channel with Volume and Tone, Rhythm Channel with Volume and Tone
Strings Fender, (.009-.042)
Manufacturer Part Number 0302100505

Customer Reviews

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Snow White

this is a second review had this guitar since July and in combination with my two Fender Champ Ampsone Champ 20 and that big baby Champ 100 they complement each other and all get along suburbI used the Little 20 watt at first because had no other Amp and she is sweet to now mostly for Lap steelbut I on occasion plug her into the Champ 100 happy with all this equipment great stuff thanks so much for everything your great people and and great prices as well Customer service is immpecable.Ed Kujawa
Music background: 45 years play instrumental Rock and Country etc

Snow White

Sweetwater fantastic service got snow White in 2 days have owned 3 or four Jazzmaster's 2 before this Squiers is great guitar yes I agree with l last review I have a problem with the lead/rhythm switchit hangs sometime but no big deal plays really nice like a pretty woman all those curves LOL LOL LOL I like the Model because of the Tortoise shell pick guard/offset by the White bodyshe sounds great through my Champ 20 thinking of getting a Champ 100 next year Thanks again Carson and Chuck for the Candy LOL LOL
Music background: 40 years into instrumental rock Venture type stuff

Great guitar for $300!

I am very impressed with this guitar. I was having issues with it buzzing pretty good, even after getting it set up by a friend. I took it to a really good Luthier in Ft. Worth, and he did a fret dress, changed the angle of the neck a bit, and did a full set up. This guitar now plays like a champ. I plan on upgrading the bridge to a Mastery, because the strings tend to pop out of the grooves if you play hard.
Music background: 11 years playing exp, mainly P&W/Ambient styles.

Candy Apple Christmas present!

I must first complement Sweetwater for their excellent customer service. The guitar arrived in perfect condition, well packaged, and had been given a good basic set-up. I played it for a while to ensure everything was working properly, then decided to set the guitar up to my liking.The frets were nice and level, so I took some relief out of the neck, and lowered the bridge a little...this guitar dialed in perfectly, with no adjustments needed to the nut, no high frets, no problems whatsoever!I build guitars, and must admit that in this price range, I cannot compete! If you are looking for a good guitar for a starting player, or a gigging guitar that you don't have to fuss over...here it is!Why not a "5"? Electronics...the switches are not top of the line, some scratchiness, and a tendency not to connect sometimes...I'll investigate during the first string change.Tone and sonic versatility are adequate in this design...it takes premium wood, and high-quality electronics to go beyond what Fender has done with this guitar, which is an amazing value in this price range.
Music background: 45 year hobbyist
See also: Solidbody Guitars, Squier, Squier Solidbody Guitars