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Fender Player Series Jazzmaster PFPWT

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Electric Guitar

  • Body: Alder
  • Maple neck
  • Pau Ferro fretboard
  • Matte neck finish
  • 22 Frets
  • Nut width: 42 mm
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Pickups: 2 New Player AlNiCo II humbuckers
  • Volume knob and tone knob
  • 3-Way toggle switch
  • Standard sealed machine heads
  • Vintage style bridge with floating tremolo
  • Ex-factory stringing: Fender .009 - .042 (article no.


  • Colour: Polar white
Colour White
Soundboard Alder
Neck Maple
Fretboard Pau Ferro
Frets 22
Scale 648 mm
Pickup System HH
Tremolo Yes
Incl. Case No
Incl. Gigbag No
Item number 439238
Free shipping incl. VAT
Available in several months
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138 Sales Rank

5 Customer Reviews

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4.2 / 5




"Diamond in the rough"
chevalking. 07.01.2020
As another reviewer also mentioned: This guitar is - in my view - not ready to rock straight out of the box. The saddles were not set to the correct radius and some saddle screws rattled as a result of this. The tremolo arm also had some play in its fitting, but after plugging it in I was soon dissuaded from returning the guitar; the neck feels great, the pickups sound good, I like the way the guitar hangs on its strap and the coil-split adds useful sounds that I can see myself using in a band context.
After playing and hearing the guitar I decided to spend some time setting the guitar up properly (instead of returning it) and all the buzzes and rattles are now gone! Would I recommend this guitar to other buyers? Yes, the bare bones are really good but -unlike the US-made Fenders - this one needs a bit of TLC to get it going. Once set up properly, this is a wonderful guitar with a thick, fat yet clear sound that still has some of that 'jangliness' that Jazzmasters are known for.
UPDATE 02-02-2020: I cannot get over how good this guitar sounds! Get one now before Fender realise they're letting them go too cheap!


Awesome Guitar, Terrible Assembly
Mário Renato Teixeira 15.08.2018
The guitar is indeed awesome, the pickups have a sound that is very strong but clean.
The body is just perfect, the tuning keys are a real upgrade from what i previously had.
The bad side is this guitar was bad assembled, new guitars need a setup always when they come, but my guitar needs a strong setup, its just buzzing all over, and it has a hum, and i took it to a luthier and he says the internals are ok, maybe the pickup is not good isolated, lets see but from what was my experience, the guitar IS NOT READY TO ROCK out of the box, thats a sure thing!
If the hum is not resolve i will return the guitar of course.


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Seattle Jay 25.05.2019
Ich spiele seid ca 12 Jahren Fender Jazzmaster crafted in Japan mit 2 single coils. Die Störgeräusche waren irgendwann unerträglich deswegen der Schritt zu einer neuen Jazzmaster mit zwei Humbuckern. Von der Verarbeitung her lässt die Player Series etwas zu wünschen übrig. Der Switch/Schalter zwischen den Humbuckern hatte einen Wackler und ich habe mir ne neue schicken lassen. Ich wollte meine safety locks anbringen und die eine Bohrung war nach einmaligen ausschrauben der Schraube sofort geweidet und ich musste eine größere Schraube als Ersatz finden. Vom Sound her ist die Gitarre allerdings um weiten besser als meine alte Fender Japan. All in all musste ich mich schon etwas mit der Gitarre befassen, einstellen etc.. Ich habe noch den Steg ausgetauscht da der Jazzmaster Steg irgendwie nur nervt. Ich spiele Sie jetzt ca. 2 Monate zu hause und Live im Proberaum und bin all in all zufrieden.


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