All user reviews for the Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Special - 3-Color Sunburst
The Parable of the Jazzmaster and the Jaguar - Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster & Jaguar: The Test
In the beginning, Leo created the Telecaster. Keith and Bruce were happy. On the second day, Leo created the Stratocaster. Jimi and Eric were in ecstasy. On the following days, Leo created the Jazzmaster and the Jaguar, which, although intended for jazz, found followers within the surf music scene of the 60s and the rock music scene of the 90s. Today we'll be testing the 2008 edition of these mythical guitars ...
Jérémy Guézennec's review (This content has been automatically translated from English) " Yes!"
Quite heavy, I had problems at the belt, but it also had his old dad: I'll opt for straps and locks this is resolved.
The price / quality ratio is pretty good, insofar as one can acquire a great guitar for less than 1000 €. I do not really see what the real difference between and significantly worth of guitars in 2000 or even 3000. A Southwestern which has nothing to envy to the U.S.. Its look is super original while avoiding being extravagant or vintage-on price, handles are surprisingly balanced and tortoise pickguard ... mioum.
Pros: sound, great playability with a slight pull, the quality for the price, no need to re-tune every two minutes.
The -: the bridge just a bit ... the "rhythm" mode when switche micro switches and knobs that top concretely obsolete but hey, it does not bother either does one tell. And. .. that is all.
I believe that even in 15 years, I repeat the same. Perfect for playing garage, great for typing in the psyche, it also keeps a clear sound Fender well known and often praised. This is no exception to the rule!
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ChalotMartin's review (This content has been automatically translated from English) " Best guitar ever"
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Jiher's review (This content has been automatically translated from English) " A great lady"
Mine is mounted with a Jazzmaster pickups made in 1962, vintaaaaaage.
I tried randomly in a store, because I found it beautiful. I knew that even when artists I listen to excessive use, so I did not take too much risk (concert Villagers, but mostly Television Group in 1977 and his album "Marquee Moon", a wonder) .
Plugged into a Fender Deluxe 112 Plus, the quality was at the rendezvous: the most satisfactory clear sound of the world (to my ears). We go crunch, and there is nothing more "independent", nothing.
It's a bit if you want to be witty, a failed Stratocaster in the soul. These microphones are very sensitive to the dynamics of the game, which has the advantage of highlighting a very nuanced or disadvantage not to forgive a rough game (depending on which side it is) game.
Meanwhile, it gives something a little Stratocaster, but also rough, dry, as if they felt splinters that would escape the handle (which is great, by the way), and most importantly, more dynamic and bassy that a Strat. These additional presence of bass and rhythmic riffs.
It gives an impression of a sound less "clean" on a Strat, not quite Fenderien (in the Strat / Tele sense). And that's the whole point.
I find it much more versatile than people say, these people just do not know how to use the volume and tone knobs! Not to mention the double-circuit this beast (lead / rhythm), which is a crazy useful.
I love the quirky look. The negative point I have on mine is not about the guitar as it is original, since I'm talking about the sound of vintage microphones.
The body is beautifully balanced and light. A treat to play standing as sitting, she forgot on the back as on the knees.
Again, listen to "Marquee Moon", the first album of band Television, released in 77. All guitars are recorded two Jazzmasters games riffs intertwined in a perfect album to get an idea of the sounds you can get out.
tarz200tdi's review (This content has been automatically translated from English) " A shovel of character"
For specifications, everything has been said.
In my case it was a buying opportunity: For a while I was looking for a girlfriend to my Gibby SG, which is as complementary as possible. I was away on a telecaster, but knowing the character very (too?) Over the latter, I watched what was happening in other fender, outside of the stratovolcano (great guitar, but I do not know I can not ... too .. too saw it?).
It is by chance that I turned on this guitar.
To summarize, this guitar has it:
> Look fabulous (it's a detail ... but that counts right?)
> I found a violin quality (although I still would rather assemblies "tenon - mortise gibson fender with large screws ...)
> A hardware ranging from not bad (the mechanics are really good vintage ... simply resize the nut eventually) to very good: the pseudo tune-o-matic associated with good vibrato is always a pleasure, even if I found that the tail of vibrato seems a bit off in its housing. Holding agreement has positively surprised me.
> Microphones and sound of hell ... The pickups have a grain (especially the serious ... I like the treble but the bass ... yum) excellent, and a very wide range. The light is beautiful, ranging from very dry and slamming Fender to something more velvety via the band selector. Crunches are falling, and, best of all: the beast behaves very well in distortion. On sound distortion is independent Queen (at the same time it is known for that), but she does not mind going to sound more dug.
> The routing between combinations of mics is pretty clear ... It's not a Jaguar HH
If we were to find fault:
> It is bulky! The body is really great
> It is heavy ... Not as much as a Les Paul, but much more than a SG!
> Setting the microphones (one plot per cord in addition to the pickup height) is not obvious at first
Anyway ... The position of guitar No. 2 is a difficult job because I'm pretty quick to resale ... But I do believe that one party is to stay permanently!
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I absolutely wanted a U.S. but after trying both, the price difference is justified clearly not! (Although a jazzmaster us will be mine one day or another!). So I tried one U.S., one Japanese, one telecaster us, and a gibson.
The peculiarity of this guitar is what is really the sound ... I speak for jazzmaster in general. It is halfway between the glitz of a Strat and a heat lespaul.
Comfort level then it is clearly established.
With experience I will ever clear that choice in this price range!
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Have you tried many other models before buying it?
A real Jazzmaster to 2000 €
What is so special that you love the most, least?
The sound of the Jazzmaster, lightweight, comfortable handle, the vibrato.
But the feedback comes quickly with the bridge pickup.
How would you rate the quality / price?
€ 640 bought in the United States, but the French state takes you a fee over € 169 ... (Watch) Excellent value for money
With experience, you do again this choice?
Yes, I wanted a jazz, I had a jazz
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mibru's review (This content has been automatically translated from English) " I love it!"
I love the sound and it has a low trs beautiful and smooth bass that I love. I play trs little saturation, I use just the boost the VOX AC15: and it gnial! The sustain is amazing.
I play 50 Rock, Blues, Jazz. The only area where I use my plutt stratocaster classic player 50 'is the Country.
The report qualitprix is excellent!
I Rasht the same guitar without problem and has given me a passion for jazz master. But this is the price: special for me and for the ears of people who m'coutent!
Hagakure's review (This content has been automatically translated from English) " The sound I was looking for ..."
Thanks to this beautiful creature, I found my happiness ... What slowed me the most is the price (it was my 2nd guitar) but I regret it at all ... I'm new at this (only 3 years of practice) but really the ball!
Billy Hill's review (This content has been automatically translated from English)
Channel trs enjoyable and very easy to play.
CHAC in acute is perfect There's really no problem!. The rgonomie is really perfect, you can feel it when the door is really nickel.
Its easy for you and board industry.
It possde a good versatility trs (blues, jazz, rock and other noisy) than it is on the metal top is not good but everyone is free to do what he wants but it will not really my choice for the metal. I play a Fender Custom Vibrolux and it was the rgal
The pickups have a good record trs. I use the bridge for rhythm. The sound is really incisive as it was I want a ring. The position is interesting but intermdiaire plutt its clear. The neck pickup gives a lot of bass, which can dplaire some (my bass) but really adchire fuzz.
The Tone knob allows for a wide range of well that when I see zero-Tone is not too useful. The sound is REALLY dull and feeble. Finally everyone's tastes.
Clean sound level is not a telecaster or a Stratocaster is really a round and with lots of bass. This is not the best guitar for crystal clear sound is a bit on this point ngatif scratch, I think. For a I put "only" 9.
The postition of the small top button (not chai how the following is called: i) h bin is not easy to use. Really low (almost got me too) but as is said in another view, the game is interesting on this finger knob.
The vibrato (same as the AM) and really good and you keep a good tune even have APRS abuse in all directions. Precision is not a Floyd!
Trs is common on jazz, jump ropes of the bridges. But the no but then no problem. No need to change to an easel Mustang has not move a pet. Good even when I have a deep draft.
I've had six months. J'hsitait between J. Mascis and the classic. I test the J. Mascis Fender and I suppose to play on marketing by offering the scratches. The handle of the Mascis is incredible, I admit, but for the rest j'tait really.
There's just so the story's clear that m'embte a bit but for what it brings me in all other sounds, I agree.
Price level there's no picture quality, you're almost a Amricaine but seriousness, in my opinion, it's really to take a US chipoteurs.
One more thing, it is always better to test all in order to be a sr it suits you, do not rely on the opinion. to help you just a little bit.
And yes I remake that choice!
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Math13600's review (This content has been automatically translated from English)
Channel unbelievable. Start with a Southwestern 60, I much prefer the quality of the varnish and the appearance of this race. Flatter radius requires 9.5. The frets are much thicker than most Fender ... which makes the action lower and feel more crossed the plate for example.
Access to acute ... good is a fender ... broad at the bottom no problem.
is heavier than a Start or a TV is on but being accustomed to the 335 + bigbsy particular, this is the cake ...
Nothing to do with a current reissue japan (japan very good model otherwise. I think we reached the level of an American. Fender wanted to go with are people concerned about the quality I think it's pay side of the purists, who will buy US anyway.
The Jazz is a guitar that is worth ... I think it is a guitar that has all levels, well above most Fender guitars ... it has a round, smooth, with the ability to remove radically the treble to get a really jazzy sound and "smothered" ... but on the other hand, it allows for treble pickup that does not belong to no other guitar ... This partner has an output level and sustain a more consistent ... we get a pretty explosive cocktail.
By distortion, fuzz ... this is really it gives more ... sound unusual ... power associated with the Fender ...
So a guitar character, which always has the little extra that disturb the most part, or not ... for little (relatively) groups using the Jazzmaster.
I tried a Jazz Japan, the current model, and honestly, nothing to do with the quality of a Mexican. Best microphones, best finish, bridge that buzz more (even if it's true that if we play behind the bridge is less convenient but largely feasible), which takes up vibrato and best finish (do not screw the models japan!)
In summary we can say that is a model that gives a little plumb the image of jazz, giving it a new lease of life.
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