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Jim Root [SLIPKNOT]

FENDER JIM ROOT JAZZMASTER®
$1,499.99
MODEL #: 0115300706

UNCONVENTIONAL JAZZMASTER STYLE

Stark, dark and menacing, the crushing Jim Root Jazzmaster guitar has got to be the most distinctively minimalist version of the instrument ever devised in the model’s entire half-century history. At the behest of the towering Slipknot guitarist, gone are the dual tone circuits and barrage of controls. Gone are the fret position markers and enormous chrome bridge. Gone, in fact, is pretty much everything typical of a Jazzmaster, replaced only by fearsome EMG® humbucking pickups with brushed nickel covers, single three-way switch and single volume knob, a hard-tail bridge and little else.

FEATURES

Mahogany body with contoured neck heel
Maple neck with “C” profile and large headstock
Compound-radius ebony fingerboard (12” to 16”) with 22 jumbo frets and no position inlays (side-dot inlays only)
EMG® 60 (neck) and 81 (bridge) active humbucking pickups with brushed nickel covers and black bezels
Single control knob (volume) and three-way pickup switch
Hard-tail string-through-body bridge

EMG® ACTIVE HUMBUCKING PICKUPS

For a decidedly non-traditional design and configuration, the crushing nu-metal sound of the Jim Root Jazzmaster is produced by a fearsome pair of EMG® 60 (neck) and 81 (bridge) active humbucking pickups with brushed nickel covers.


COMPOUND-RADIUS FINGERBOARD

This instrument features a compound-radius fingerboard, a sophisticated and carefully crafted feature in which the fingerboard has a more pronounced curvature across its width near the nut (ideal for chording) and gradually flattens to a very slight curvature toward the upper frets (perfect for bending notes and soloing).


LOCKING TUNERS

A convenient high-end, high-performance feature, locking tuners offer increased tuning stability, especially on tremolo-equipped guitars, and they make changing strings substantially faster and easier than conventional tuners.



EBONY FINGERBOARD

The sparse, dark and sinister look of the Jim Root Jazzmaster is complemented by the smooth feel and sparse, dark and sinister look of a 22-fret ebony fingerboard with no position inlays.


SATIN LACQUER FINISH

The finish on this instrument combines the resonance and thin breathability of lacquer with the stylishly muted matte look of a satin color coat.


JUMBO FRETS

The largest of the fret sizes, jumbo frets are tall and wide, which lets you get a better grip on the strings, enabling more control over them and making bends and vibrato easier. A good choice for players with larger hands and thicker fingers.


BODY

BODY MATERIAL: Mahogany
BODY FINISH: Satin Urethane
BODY SHAPE: Jazzmaster®

NECK

NECK MATERIAL: Maple
NECK FINISH: Satin Urethane
NECK SHAPE: Modern "C"
SCALE LENGTH: 25.5" (648 mm)
FINGERBOARD MATERIAL: Ebony
FINGERBOARD RADIUS: 12" to 16" Compound Radius (304.8 mm to 406.4 mm)
NUMBER OF FRETS: 22
FRET SIZE: Jumbo
NUT MATERIAL: Synthetic Bone
NUT WIDTH: 1.685" (42.8 mm)
POSITION INLAYS: None
TRUSS ROD: Bi-Flex™

ELECTRONICS

BRIDGE PICKUP: EMG® 81 Humbucking
NECK PICKUP: EMG® 60
CONTROLS: Master Volume
SWITCHING: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup
CONFIGURATION: HH

HARDWARE

BRIDGE: 6-Saddle Strings-Thru-Body Strat with Block-Style Saddles
HARDWARE FINISH: Black
TUNING MACHINES: Deluxe Staggered Cast/Sealed Locking
PICKGUARD: None
CONTROL KNOBS: Black Plastic
SWITCH TIP: Black
NECK PLATE: 4-Bolt

MISCELLANEOUS

STRINGS: Fender® USA 250R NPS, (.010-.046 Gauges)
OTHER FEATURES: Large '70s-style Headstock with Jim Root's Signature on the Back, Active EMG Pickups, Black Bezels, Contoured Neck Heel, No Position Inlays on Fingerboard Face, Side Dots Only, No Pickguard, Straplock Ready Strap Buttons, Single "T" Roller String Tree, Side Mounted Output Jack, Rear Routed Control Cavity

ACCESSORIES

CASE/GIG BAG: Deluxe Black Tweed Hardshell
INCLUDED ACCESSORIES: Strap, Polishing Cloth, Cable, Straplocks, Owner's Manual

 
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