Well! The Jake Bradley Jazzmaster is finished and I put it through its paces last weekend down on Lower Broadway. I had my telecaster as backup in case it didn’t perform. I am happy to say I played all four hours on the Jazzmaster. I played it through my 1970 Fender Deluxe Reverb, with a few pedals in-line, notably a new Nocturne Ubangi Stomp! Which is 60’s fuzzed out bliss…
Here’s the run-down on the Guitar: Body- two piece medium-light weight poplar custom made by Jake Bradley. Finish- ReRanch Shoreline Gold. Pickups, Electronics, and Tremolo-Fender American Vintage Reissue. Bridge- Mastery. Neck- Musikraft 1 3/4″ nut, FAT C neck with rosewood bound board. The overall style is early Fender/CBS circa 1966-1967 with a bound neck, white witch-hat knobs, and replica early CBS decal…
All assembly, finish work, wiring and set-up done by Jake.
I have always considered myself a Telecaster player, but this guitar is giving me second thoughts!
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mmmm…wow…beautiful headstock! I’m a sucker for necks. 🙂