1961 Fender Musicmaster

  • $2,199.00
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Summary: This Fender Musicmaster is a solid body electric guitar built in 1961. It was the ¾ size student model built by Fender. It has a Maple neck and a Rosewood fingerboard with 21 frets and a scale length of 22.5”. It is incredibly comfortable guitar to play and is in good vintage condition. The headstock has some what looks to be water damage. The one single coil pickup sounds amazing and the frets have a ton of life left.

Body: Solid double cutaway with a Sunburst finish.

Neck: Maple with a Rosewood fingerboard, 22.5” scale length, 1 9/16” nut width, 21 frets, white dot inlays.

Pickups/Hardware: One single coil pickup in the neck position, white button tuning keys, white single ply pickguard, master volume/master tone controls, 3-saddle bridge.

Cosmetics: This guitar look to have some water damage on the headstock but is still structurally sound. The body has various nicks, dings, and scratches and some buckle rash on the back. The back of the neck has a few dings near the 12th fret. Overall, this guitar is in good shape, plays very well, and sounds fantastic.

Playability: Our in-house guitar tech has inspected, setup, and restrung this instrument with a new set of strings. The neck is straight, the truss rod is fully functional, and the action has been setup low and comfortable. The frets are in great shape with no major grooves or divots from use and it plays beautifully up and down the fretboard with no dead spots or choking out.

Weight: 5.82 lbs.

Case: This guitar ships in a gig-bag, professionally packaged, and fully insured.