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1959 Fender Jazzmaster - Sherwood Green
1959 Fender Jazzmaster - Sherwood Green

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Reference# F13M3002

By 1958 the Fender Company was fairly well established. Their Telecaster, Stratocaster, and Precision bass had become very popular in not only country and western music, but also this new style of music called rock and roll. Fender, in an attempt to appeal to the jazz guitarists, designed a guitar with a new mellower sounding pickup, a full 25 ½” scale neck, a larger body (making it easy to play while sitting), and a longer tremolo arm (and floating tremolo system). This endeavor was not particularly successful with the jazzers but was immediately embraced by the “surf music’’ guitarists in the Ventures, the Surfaris and the Beachboys. This particular 1959 Jazzmaster is a wonderful example in a very rare custom color. This color is called Sherwood Green.
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1962 Fender Jazzmaster - Olympic White
1962 Fender Jazzmaster - Olympic White

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Can you say “Beachboys?” When Fender came out with the Jazzmaster, it was finished in a three-tone sunburst just like the Stratocaster. This particular guitar was one of the “custom color” guitars. Fender decided that it would be cool to have a matching headstock as well. This 1962, all original Fender Jazzmaster is finished in Olympic White and she sounds as good as she looks.
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1963 Fender Bass VI - Seafoam Green
1963 Fender Bass VI - Seafoam Green

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Reference# F13M3004


Fender debuted the Bass VI in 1961. It was believed to be the answer to competitor Danelectro’s 6-string bass. If it looks familiar, it’s because stylistically and electronically it was the model for the Jaguar, which was released a year later in 1962. Even though it was used by bands as varied as The Beatles, The Who, BTO, etc., it never really gained the type of following that Fender had hoped for. Pre-CBS, Fender only sold 300-400. Once again, the standard color was a three-tone sunburst. This particular 1963 Bass VI is resplendent in an extremely rare Seafoam Green finish.
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1963 Fender Telecaster - Olympic White
1963 Fender Telecaster - Olympic White

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This 1963 Fender telecaster is one of the most strikingly beautiful guitars we have seen. Olympic white, rosewood neck, with a green guard. Beautiful! It has a slight bit of flame on the super straight, super fast, and quite a thin neck. The pickups scream and this all original does still have its original case as well.
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1964 Fender Bass VI - Burgundy Mist
1964 Fender Bass VI - Burgundy Mist

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Reference# F13M3005


Just like its sister in Seafoam Green, this 1964 Fender Bass VI in Burgundy Mist is a Show stopper. Wow! As previously described, this guitar was part of the Jaguar/Jazzmaster group of guitars and shared similar features with both.
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1964 Fender Jaguar - Seafoam Green
1964 Fender Jaguar - Seafoam Green

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Reference# F13M3006


Seafoam Green is a magical color. It always stands out in a crowd. It is one of Fender’s rarest custom colors. This 1964 Jazzmaster sounds incredible and its look just signifies the whole mid-sixties time period.
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1965 Fender Stratocaster
1965 Fender Stratocaster

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Beautiful 1965 Candy Apple Red Strat featuring a white guard, trans logo and pearl dots. A solid 8.5 condition with some arm wear. This guitar gets a sweet tone from the original, well balanced set of pickups. Ships in original Black Tolex case.

Reference# F6S6007

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1965 Fender Stratocaster (7002)
1965 Fender Stratocaster (7002)

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1965 Fender Stratocaster - Teal
1965 Fender Stratocaster - Teal

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Reference# F13S3001

What color is Teal? Teal is a deep green/greenish-blue color; a dark cyan. Teal gets its name from the fact that it surrounds the eyes of the common teal, a member of the duck family... What a beautiful guitar this is; a 1965 Fender Stratocaster in Teal. Teal is a very rare, almost impossible to find custom color. Not only is this all original beauty a rare color but it is in wonderful condition as well as sounding and playing great.
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