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Author:  jersey bluesdude [ October 9th, 2020, 5:22 am ]
Post subject:  2011 Am Std Jazz

https://davesguitar.com/products/fender ... t-hand-11/

description states custom shop 60's single coil p/ups.
I thought fender didn't start using those until 2012 ?

Author:  J-meister [ October 10th, 2020, 7:28 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 2011 Am Std Jazz

Nice woodgrain, sophisticated :)

But, is something off with the neck? Pickups look okay, but on the fretboard, the E has a lot more room than the G.

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Author:  pjmuck [ October 10th, 2020, 7:42 am ]
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J-meister wrote:
Nice woodgrain, sophisticated :)

But, is something off with the neck? Pickups look okay, but on the fretboard, the E has a lot more room than the G.


Could just be the positioning of the string on the saddle, which has different grooves for adjusting your string spacing. Look how close the A and D strings are comparatively to the D and G, for example).

Author:  donahue [ October 10th, 2020, 7:25 pm ]
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Dave’s Guitar is my original hometown shop in Lacrosse, WI. He has an amazing collection of vintage gear displayed upstairs that customers can go up and see. He started out in a little rented shoebox building downtown and eventually built a brand new building in town. And since I moved away 10 years ago, he has opened up a store in Milwaukee and Madison. One day I was upstairs looking at his collection and his office door was open. There were vintage Teles and Strats just lying all over the carpeted floor of his office.

Author:  J-meister [ October 12th, 2020, 4:45 am ]
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pjmuck wrote:
Could just be the positioning of the string on the saddle, which has different grooves for adjusting your string spacing. Look how close the A and D strings are comparatively to the D and G, for example.


Ah, yes. You're probably right.

This picture shows the strings are not all in the middle groove of the saddle. Check.

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Author:  Matt R. [ October 12th, 2020, 5:21 am ]
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Yep, the E string just needs to be bumped over one notch

Author:  AzWhoFan [ October 12th, 2020, 9:18 am ]
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Dave's is a straight-up shop. Dealt a lot with them in the past, never had an issue.

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