Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by airjamie, Feb 17, 2009.
Anybody making nice original jazzmasteresque axes besides fano?
Im pretty sue Chris at K Line does.... but I may be wrong.
I have a Creston version of a jazzmaster in the making. Crestonguitars.com
You mean something like this?
are you going to add contours to that body, or leave it as is? I've been trying to get someone to make me a "flat", double-bound jazzmaster body for the past three years...
Funny you should say that. It's getting tortoise binding both sides.
Here is another take on the TeleMaster idea.
double bound jazzy?
Capsule Music in Toronto at www.capsulemusic.com does them.
My Danocaster Jazzmaster .... Jazzocaster ...whatever...
It is a wonderful recreation of a vintage Jazzmaster
FWIW - I also own a Fano JM6 ..a great and unique instrument, but other than the body-style it is really not similar to the classic Jazzmaster at all.
Elliot Guitars made a killer Jazzmaster for Peter Stroud. I played it at NAMM... SMOKIN AXE
Klira made some cool jazzmasterish guitars (Klira Kentucky) in the early 70's. They can be had for a song on german ebay and are pretty good guitars once you replace the frets which were made out of some really soft alloy.
Scott at Cleveland guitars does them.
I've been digging on this one that Peter Stroud has been showing off in his demos for the new 65 Amps Lil' Elvis. It's by Elliot...
It's about 3 grand. I'll pass.
Everytime i see that Danocaster Jazzmaster i practically crap my pants.
Ok, not practically.
Freaking sweet guitar.
Every time I look up you have a different cool guitar!
Would anyone be into a set-neck Jazzmaster?