It may not be a funky, cheap guitar, but sometimes a familiar, vintage piece is just what you need to see. That’s why we’re bringing you this pristine ’66 Jazzmaster.
Jazzmasters, like other non-Les Paul, non-Strat, non-Tele vintage guitars, have long been somewhat “outcast.” Their prices have been significantly lower than their more famous brethren, and while they’re not exactly cheap, they tend to be more often within reach of players than the higher-profile instruments. If a picture is worth a thousand words, a picture of a great guitar is worth a million. While we’d normally expound upon the virtues of the featured guitar, this month we figured we’d let it speak for itself.
Thanks to Tom Dubas of We Buy Guitars for listing this classic on Gear Search. Whether you’re looking for a vintage piece or a modern take on a classic, there’s a great chance you’ll find it at Gear Search. There are more than 59,000 pieces of gear listed, including some of the hardest-to-get gear in the world.
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