Price: $1500 SGD
Condition: 9/10 (some scratches on back) (stickers are removable with no residue)
Description: Made this guitar to cover as much ground as i could (hence the coil splitting and PU configs). I decided to go with a Jazzmaster because it was different and unique - there are so many super strat builds but not many Jazzmasters out there. Went with a shorter scale length for comfort and ease of playability. Its set up for 0.10 - 0.46 currently but I'd consider getting 0.11 - 0.49 depending on what you like.

Specs and images below.

If interested Sms/ Whatsapp 96191402 or 91887892 (more pics avail)

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Parts list:
Neck Specs:
Rock Maple Neck with rosewood fingerboard (oiled finish)
Compound Radius (10-16)
Standard thin C profile (think standard modern fender feel)
White Graphtech TUSQ Nut (standard fender spacing, not vintage)
Gotoh 6 in line Nickel Vintage style Tuners
22 Medium Jumbo Frets
White side dots and imitation clay inlay dots
24.75" Scale length (les paul scale)

Body Specs:
Candy Apple Red Finish with removable white stickers (vines and some such)
Chambered Mahogany Body.
Tummy Cut, Forearm Cut and Recessed Heel for upper fret access.
White Pickguard with Black lining (HSH) configuration.
Graphtech TUSQ T.O.M. style (gibson style) Bridge with tailpiece, String saver saddles.
Schaller Straplocks

Electronics:
Neck: Seymour Duncan P-90 Phat Cat. (swappable for Seymour SH-2 Jazz if you want)
Middle: Seymour Duncan SSL-1 Vintage for strat (RWRP)
Bridge: Seymour Duncan Custom SH-5 Custom

Orange Drop tone cap
Gotoh Potentiometers (slick and fast but still has a very smooth taper)(Comparable to CTS)
5 way blade switch
Upper Killswitch
Upper 3 posn. switch for splitting coils. (for bridge PU)
Upper 3 posn. switch for splitting coils. (not used. can be wired for neck when using a humbucker).

Position 1: Bridge (coil used is dependent on splitting switch)
Position 2: Bridge and Middle (Bridge coils used are dependent on splitting switch)
Position 3: Middle
Position 4: Neck and Middle
Position 5: Neck

Master Volume
Master Tone