Chicago Music Exchange Debuts New Lefty Fender Made In Japan Traditional Series Guitars

The medium-priced series features Japanese-made lefty ‘60s Jazzmaster, ‘60s Jaguar and ‘60s Mustang models.
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Chicago Music Exchange - fresh off the announcement of its newly enlarged vintage Les Paul collection - has announced that it is releasing an exclusive line of left-handed Fender Made In Japan Traditional Series offset guitars.

The series - certainly more affordable than the aforementioned Les Pauls and the genuine blackguard Fenders the shop put on sale back in September - features lefty ‘60s Jazzmaster, ‘60s Jaguar and ‘60s Mustang models.

The '60s Jazzmaster features a vintage-style floating tremolo system, Alnico single-coil pickups and a 25.5”-scale neck, while the '60s Mustang takes after the ‘65 Mustang with its aged button “F” tuners, period-correct plastics, grey fiber-bottom alnico magnet pole piece and vintage-style tremolo.

The '60s Jaguar, meanwhile, features a 22-fret short-scale neck, floating tremolo system and dual Alnico single-coils modeled after the original Jaguar pickups.

Each of the guitars also features a rosewood fingerboard, while finishes include Flamingo Pink, Surf Green, California Blue and Black for the Jazzmaster, Daphne Blue for the Jaguar and Candy Apple Red and Sonic Blue for the Mustang.  

The Chicago Music Exchange-exclusive lefty Fender Jazzmaster is available now for $1,199, while the Mustang and Jaguar will set you back $1,099.

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