Jazzmaster in "Doghair" Finish with STB Super Mod Wiring

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Jazzmaster in "Doghair" Finish with STB Super Mod Wiring

1,599.00

Copeland Jazzmaster

  • Body: Swamp Ash with "Doghair" Satin Finish
  • Neck: Warmoth "CBS Stratocaster"
    • Maple with Maple Fretboard
    • 25-1/2" Scale Length
    • Standard Thin Profile
    • 6105 Frets
    • 10"-16" Compound Fretboard Radius
    • 22 Frets
    • Black Dot Inlays
    • 1-11/16" Nut Width
    • White Corian Nut
  • Pickups: Porter Pickups Modern Jazzmaster
  • Bridge: Mastery M1
  • Vibrato: Mastery OMV
  • Tuners: Gotoh Mini Keys
  • Pickguard: 3-ply B/W/B
  • Controls: Rothstein Guitars STB Super Mod (see below for details)
  • Arm and Tummy body Contours
  • SKB56 Hard Case Included

Price includes shipping within the lower 48 states. All others please contact for shipping costs prior to placing order.

Description of the Rothstein Guitars STB Super Mod Wiring From Their Website:

What to do with that enigmatic rhythm circuit. That is the age old question that most every Jazzmaster player eventually asks. With our STB mod, we offer something extremely useful that will arm your offset with more versatility, and a wider tonal palette. STB stands for Series/Parallel, Treble & Bass.

  • LEAD CIRCUIT - Dual Volume Controls and standard 3 position toggle switch - similar to what one would find on a Les Paul style guitar.
     
  • SLIDE SWITCH - Series/Parallel switch: The parallel sound will offer the standard expected Jazzmaster sound, which will be bright, with scooped mids, and exhibit plenty of “quack” and twang.   In contrast, series will sound more humbucker-like, in that it will be louder, darker and have more pronounced mids.  
     
  • RHYTYM CIRCUIT - Treble/Bass Tone Stack: Based on Leo Fender's PTB system that he developed for some G&L models, this employs two master tone controls: one offering a treble cut, and the other a bass cut. The treble cut control is a low pass filter, and functions just like a standard tone control. A low pass filter allows frequencies lower than the cutoff frequency to pass and higher frequencies are rolled off.   The cutoff frequency is controlled by the capacitor and resistor values. The bass cut control is another animal entirely. It is a high pass filter, which allows frequencies higher than the cutoff frequency to pass, and lower frequencies are rolled off. This ability to dial out some of the low frequencies is extremely useful, particularly to help overdriven sounds “pop” and cut through a mix.   I like to think of it as a “sharpen” control. It works extraordinarily well to brighten and tighten up the series sound. NOTE: The effect of the bass cut control will be subtle when using a clean sound, and more noticeable when using an overdriven sound.

A NOTE ABOUT SERIES MODE AND THE KILL SWITCH EFFECT - There is one unexpected by product of this wiring mod that some will really dig. The feature is that when the series connection is engaged, one of the toggle-switch positions will yield no sound at all, in this case the bridge position.  What this means is you are really getting a kill switch effect as an added bonus. 

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