Una guitarra Jazzmaster tipo “hot rod” con fantásticas modificaciones se une ahora a la familia de las Modern Player. La Modern Player Jazzmaster HH presenta dos potentes pastillas humbucker Modern Player con una circuitería y unos controles que la convierten en un instrumento verdaderamente emocionante.
Entre otras características se incluyen cuerpo de caoba, mástil de arce con forma de “C”, diapasón de arce con radio de 9,5” e incrustaciones negras en bloque (modelo Black) o diapasón de palo rosa con incrustaciones de puntos blancos (modelo Crimson Red Transparent) y con 21 trastes medios jumbo, interruptor selector de pastillas de tres posiciones, golpeador blanco nacarado envejecido de cuatro capas (modelo Black) o golpeador negro de tres capas (modelo Crimson Red Transparent), botones de control Jazz Bass® estilo vintage de plástico negro, puente Adjusto-Matic™ con cordal de trémolo flotante estilo vintage y botón de bloqueo de trémolo, así como palanca de trémolo Jazzmaster estilo vintage. Disponible en Black y Crimson Red Transparent.
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I got this guitar few weeks back, and I really enjoy it. I like the smooth and warm sound and it actually stays in tune really well. I was unsure whether to buy this one because it was crafted in China but I bought it and so far I have no complaints.
Even though this jazzmaster doesn't have lots of switches and all it's a pretty decent guitar for the price.
Herring67 owns this item
I was torn between this model and the J Mascis Squier, but went for this on the basis of the locking trem and, let's be fair, the headstock logo.
It may say Crafted in China on the back of the headstock but don't let that put you off. For the money this is a great guitar. The finish of the two-piece mahogany body is flawless and the neck is spot on as well. It arrived well set-up, although the trem lock does need adjusting.
I'd heard plenty of mutterings about the Jazzmaster trem and have got to say any worries were completely unfounded. It's not for dive-bombing or huge pitch changes, but when fitted with the adjusto-matic bridge, it works really well. I've never really got on with trems before and assumed I'd just keep it locked to aid the tuning stability but really like it.
The humbuckers are pretty high output and love some gain. The volume and tone pots are nice and smooth with a nice resistance, so as to not be knocked out of the desired position. I'd originally planned to change the pick ups and might still do that for some UK hand-wound, standard humbucked sized, wide-range design, numbers from The Creamery. Just to give the Lee Ranaldo feel at a fraction of the price.
Why the dropped star? In fairness I'd say it's a 4 & 1/2 star guitar. My only negative comment is that the tuners look a little cheap compared to those on my Road-Worn Tele Deluxe which have a similar design. They are my favourite tuners, and I actually prefer the oval buttons to the hexagons on the tele, but the slot is not as deep so the strings don't sit quite as neatly. It's hardly a reason to complain as they are smooth and hold the tuning without any problems, and let's face it, the guitar costs around 1/2 to 2/3s of the Telecaster.
This is a great guitar for £364, don't be swayed by the country of origin on the back of the headstock.
Stef Brx owns this item
|Model Name:||Modern Player Jazzmaster® HH, Rosewood Fingerboard, Crimson Red Transparent|
|Color:||Crimson Red Transparent|
|Body Finish:||Gloss Polyester|
|Neck Finish:||Gloss Polyester|
|Neck Shape:||Forma C|
|Scale Length:||25.5" (648 mm)|
|Fingerboard Radius:||Radio 9.5" (241 mm)|
|Number of Frets:||21|
|Fret Size:||Médium Jumbo|
|String Nut:||Hueso sintético de cejuela|
|Nut Width:||1.650” (42 mm)|
|Position Inlays:||Black Blocks on Maple; White Dots on Rosewood|
|Bridge Pickup:||Modern Player Humbucking|
|Neck Pickup:||Modern Player Humbucking|
|Controls:||Volumen Master, Tono Master|
|Pickup Switching:||Selector de 3 posiciones: Posición 1: Pastilla del puente, Posición 2: Pastillas del puente y mástil, Posición 3: Pastilla del mástil|
|Bridge:||Puente Adjusto-Matic™ con cordal de trémolo flotante tipo Vintage y botón de bloqueo de trémolo.|
|Tremolo Arm Handle:||Palanca de Trémolo Vintage Jaguar®/Jazzmaster®|
|Control Knobs:||Vintage Style Black Plastic Jazz Bass®|
|Strings:||Fender® USA, NPS, (.010-.046 Gauges)|
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