1959 Fender Jazzmaster U.S. Patent (Filed by Leo Fender) Framed Poster
In 1959, Leo Fender introduced the Jazzmaster, a high end solid body that was originally targeted to Jazz players. The offset design made playing the guitar while seated easier. This was the first Fender guitar that had a rosewood fingerboard and also the first one to have a larger headstock. The pickups featured fatter flat styled single coil pickups (a bit like a P-90) with a unique electronics to allow for the versatility of tones.
Leo Fender totally expected the Jazzmaster to replace the Stratocaster with its new body shape and newly designed floating tremolo. It was Fender’s most expensive guitar to date. The Jazzmaster, never reached it’s target of Jazz musicians. Instead it soon became an instrument that Surf players loved.
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