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HERO OF THE UNDERGROUND

JAZZMASTER

Jazzmaster — a jazz club classic with a rebellious side

WHAT MAKES IT A JAZZMASTER


BALANCED OFFSET BODY

Developed in 1960, the Jazzmaster guitar's Space Age shape spoke to the times as well as to jazz musicians. Now, it offers elegance and balance for every player.

WIDE SINGLE-COIL PICKUPS

Developed in 1960, the Jazzmaster guitar's Space Age shape spoke to the times as well as to jazz musicians. Now, it offers elegance and balance for every player.

FLOATING TREMOLO BRIDGE

The Jazzmaster features a floating bridge and anchored tailpiece. In line with its jazz-inspired design, it allows for subtle vibrato over pitch-shifting dive bombs.

Hear the Sound


Ryan Adams

J Mascis

Troy Van Leeuwen

ARTIST SIGNATURE MODEL

JIM ROOT JAZZMASTER

Stark, dark and menacing, the Jim Root Jazzmaster® guitar has got to be the most distinctively minimalist version of the instrument ever devised in the model’s entire half-century history.

ICONIC MOMENTS


1956: The Tele Meets the Man in Black

Guitarist Luther Perkins plays a Telecaster on many of Johnny Cash’s early hits, beginning with “I Walk the Line.”

1969: A Chicken Pickin' Classic

James Burton plays a Telecaster on the Merle Haggard classic "Workin’ Man Blues." The recognizable intro lick has become a must-learn for guitarists looking to master James' "chicken pickin'" guitar style.

2012: John 5’s Personal Tele-ction

John 5 sits in front of a fraction of his Telecaster collection. The guitarist, who owns more than 100 Telecaster guitars, has played his instruments alongside artists ranging from k.d. lang to Marilyn Manson and more.