It t's a great guitar it stays in tune and it has a very good even sound on all the strings. it's due to the adjustable pole pieces which aren't on all jazzmasters . The finish is deep and even the pickups match the finish ...it's kind of a white cream color and it matches the pickup selector too. The only think that's not perfect is the selector switch is a little stiff when switching may try some contact spray could do the trick! other than that I like the frets being jumbo and the neck radius is nice a tighter radius than my Squire Strat (more curved) whammy works great stays in tune like it's supposed to. The string spacing is a little wider at the nut than my Strat. (which I like) The neck is a nice C shape and a little chunkier than my Squire Strat ( it's MIC also) and it's a great guitar also. I've had it for five years and it's always a joy to play that's why I wanted the Jazzmaster. This is not a Strat sounding guitar it's more Tele sounding I bought it because I liked the jazz vibe when you switch to the other electronics. but you can get a jazz sound weather you use the switching or not by the tone control. Don't know what real Jazzmaster pickups sound like but these J. Macis P-90s are warmer and fuller than the Gibson type P-90's on my Epi Casino.
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