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The American Professional II range has been developed with the feedback to the first American Professional range, as Justin Norvell, EVP of Fender products explains: “Over the past few years we have refined and elevated the American Professional series as a result of ongoing conversations with our artist partners. A Jazzmaster in the smooth and sophisticated American Elite tradition really shouldn’t work… and yet, as you’ll already know by the score on this review, it does work – in a big way. Right out of the case it’s an easy, issue-free player – and that’s not something you can take for granted with a Jazzmaster. From upstart beginnings in the early 60s, Eric Clapton soon established himself as one of the decades’ most lauded players. We take a look back at Elephant – the duo’s heavy-hitting 2003 garage-rock masterpiece that unleashed rock’s last truly world-conquering riff. background: url(https://guitar.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Fender-Ultra-Jazzmaster-5@1400x1050.jpg) 0 0 no-repeat; © 2020 Guitar.com is a member of the media division of BandLab Technologies. It’s fine for Strats and Teles to enjoy the ‘luxury model’ treatment, but how do you apply that to a guitar whose whole identity has become that of the underdog and the outsider? Five years on from the King Of The Blues’ death in 2015, aged 89, a new movie featuring Wendell Pierce as BB is in the works. In short, this is absolutely a ‘real’ Jazzmaster – just one that doesn’t buzz like a hornet swarm whenever you turn to face your amp. The most dangerous time of year for your wallets is here. He’s famously driven and single-minded, constantly seeking out great instruments and unique sounds to build a unique catalogue of stellar guitar music. “When we started, we weren't reinventing the wheel.”. And then we come to the really important bit: sounds. Better than all that, though, are the electrics – because here, Fender has played no less than three fiendishly smart cards. For me, the entire reason I bought a Jazzmaster guitar originally is because it was different. The latest guitar news, reviews and features delivered to your inbox. The dual tone controls are another less-than-essential addition, as the two pickups are pretty well matched for treble content anyway; but again, it’s an unobtrusive feature and could come in useful on occasion, so why not? The November 2020 issue of Guitar Magazine is out now! What we can say, however, is that gaudy red and Cobra Blue are not the only options: there’s also the more traditionally styled Ultraburst with tortie pickguard and a Mocha Burst finish that comes with a plain mint ‘guard. Guitar.com is the world’s leading authority and resource for all things guitar. It’s fair to say previous generations of Fender’s hum-cancelling Noiseless pickups haven’t been widely appreciated for their tonal chops, but there’s not much wrong with this pair. It seems Fender’s grumpy little indie kid – painfully misunderstood, always kicking back against the rules of the mainstream, constantly sneered at by the smart set – secretly wanted to be a prom queen all along. Not bad for an underdog. The October 2020 issue of Guitar Magazine is out now! Fender rides the wave of offset guitar popularity by launching its slickest ever Jazzmaster… with some very interesting stuff going on behind the spangly scratchplate. The Australian guitarist on her Gibson signature model, Flying Vs, fuzz and why she didn’t sweat the small stuff on new album, O. Perhaps you’ve also noticed the black neck binding, as applied to a handful of offsets in the 70s when the company was really losing its way, and are wondering if its presence here represents an act of industrial sabotage. Testament legend Alex Skolnick on discovering his inner jazz cat, different rigs for different moods and the influence of Eddie Van Halen.


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