Demystifying the Jazzmaster | Fender


  1. Fender

    Let us know in the comments what guitar or bass you want to see Al walk through next!

  2. ketchup

    Sorry but Olympic white or Olympic black or it's a strat for me.

  3. Brendon Warren

    Thanks Fender for the information after all these years!!! Stuff i didn't know about the Jazzmaster until now. Once again, thanks!!

  4. Jenzarpro

    Random question. What kind of jacket is Al wearing, been trying to find that kind of jacket for awhile but donโ€™t know what itโ€™s called

  5. Buffalo Lodge

    Very informative, Thanks! I wish you would do a similar video on the Jaguar. At the moment, I'm wracking my brain trying to decide whether to buy a Jaguar or a Jazzmaster. Years ago I used to own two mid-60s Jaguars. One was in Lake Placid Blue with Matching Head, the other was a 3-Tone Sunburst. Back in 1993 those guitars were stolen, along with four Strats, one Tele, and, my favorite of all, a 1964 Dakota Red Mustang ( Neck Date: Aug 8, 1964) which means it was one of the very first Mustangs ever made. Those were just my Fenders. All in all, the thieves made off with about 33 of my best guitars, and 19 amplifiers. Jump forward 25 years to today, and I now only have three guitars: Two Gretsch models, a Custom Shop Penguin and a Profeesional Series Duo Jet. along with a Gibson Les Paul Standard HP. What's missing, however, is a Fender. Since I plan for this to be my last guitar purchase, I want to get it right. Although Strats are wicked, I have always had a soft spot for the cool offset design of Jaguars and Jazzmasters. I love both, but I can only get one. I'm leaning towards the new American Original '60s Jaguar in Surf Green. But, a Jazzmaster too seems so cool. Talk about a tough choice….

  6. RootsRockRebel

    I thought he was about to go into London Calling when he started hitting that E-minor chord, lol. Need a Tele for that one, brother.

  7. Caleb Lewis

    Recently got to REALLY play a Jazzmaster for the first time on an album my band recorded and fell in love with it. Ran it thru a Bogner head and marshall cab and got some tones I really loved! Still use my old Peavey T-60 for everything else though


    I've still got my dads Blonde, Ash body with gold guard 58 he bought new in the Spring of 1959.

  9. John Martin

    Fender I love you guys and always will but the diminishing return value on these compared to the squire model is just too crazy to justify for a lot of hard workin everyday people.

  10. Johann Herveux

    I'm glad as i use them and promote them in international event (music china, Osaka Sound messe) , to see your very Senior Product Development Manager using a V-pick ๐Ÿ˜‰ . Welcome to him ! Haha ! (But i love to switch to the Fender Extra Heavy tortoise sometime )

  11. Intentional Misrepresentation

    Best and most simple comprehensive walk through for a guitar that has needed such a run down for a long time … that was painless and really put everything where it needed to be.
    Iโ€™m wondering when the Jaguar and Mustang came around and what they had to do with the publicโ€™s reception of the the JM. Thereโ€™s that unverified rumor that Jimi Hendrix was given a Jazzmaster, as was Clapton, but for differing reasons they both went back to the Stratocaster. … any truth to that?

  12. G L

    Come on crank the reverb to 10 and play some Surf.

  13. Marty Toscano

    I'd like to see a Player model with Jazzmaster pickups vs. humbuckers – that was already done with the old "standard" and "blacktop" models. I have a blacktop that I really love but I now want something with JM pickups. I've considered a "Classic Player but I believe those pickups are a hotter version of JM pickups.

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