We sold this 1960 Fender Jazzmaster last year but I had to share the pictures again. This guitar came from the wife of the original owner who passed decades before. He played it for a few years with a Fender amplifier but ended up losing a finger in a work accident. He didn’t play the guitar after the accident which was around the mid 1960s. The Jazzmaster sat in its case until it became vintage.

We were very pleased with the condition of the guitar when we received it. It was totally original with no modifications or changed parts. It even had the original bridge cover, strap, coily cable, and case! 1960 Fender Jazzmasters feature a desirable slab Rosewood fretboard and penciled neck date on the end of the neck. Check the picture below to sell the penciled date of June 1960!

The original faux tortoise shell pickguard had faded to a very attractive watermelon color. The guitar was light but I can’t remember the exact weight at this moment. I do remember that it was one of the finest playing and sounding vintage electric guitars I can remember playing.

We’re always looking to buyer vintage Fender Jazzmaster guitars from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. Do you want to sell a vintage Fender Jazzmaster? Shoot me a message with a picture and details on your guitar here: Sell Fender Guitars.

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