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Fender American Special Mustang and Jazzmaster

Fender adds to its American Special range two new Mustang and Jazzmaster guitars.

The Fender Mustang debuts in the American Special series with a model available in two 3-Tone Sunburst and Black finishes, equipped with two Atomic humbucking pickups which coils can be split via the push-pull volume knob. A master tone and a three-way pickup switch are also available.

The body of the guitar is made of alder, the bolt-on neck uses maple and has a modern C shape and the rosewood fingerboard features 9.5" radius, 22 jumbo frets and white Dot inlays. Nut width is 1.650" and scale length is 24". You'll also find an Adjusto-Matic bridge and a 4-ply tortoise shell pickguard.

MSRP is $1249.99

The Jazzmaster is also a first in the American Vintage Series. The guitar has an alder body, a bolt-on maple neck with modern C shape, rosewood fingerboard with 9.5" radius, 21 jumbo frets and white Dot inlays. Nut width is 1.650" and scale length is 25.5".

The guitar is equipped with two Jazzmaster Special Humbucking pickups, a master volume, a master tone, and a 3-way pickup switch. Adjusto-Matic bridge and chrome hardware complete the description and you can choose between Black and 3-Tone Sunburst finishes with 4-ply tortoise shell pickguard. This Jazzmaster has an MSRP of $1249.99.

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