Since the 1990s, Troy Van Leeuwen has contributed deftly textural guitar work and atmospherics to some of alt-heavy rock’s most acclaimed and forward-thinking bands. From the influential ’90s alternative of Failure to A Perfect Circle, Queens of the Stone Age, Eagles of Death Metal, Puscifer and others, Van Leeuwen’s multi-instrumental expertise has given great color and power to a great deal of very creative rock music. The Troy Van Leeuwen Jazzmaster is as distinctive as the sounds he wrings from it, with personalized features including a darkly alluring Oxblood finish, special switching, distinctive bridge/tailpiece combination and more.
Bound Rosewood Fingerboard with Block Inlays
Van Leeuwen’s signature Jazzmaster model comes with the authentic mid-’60s touch of a rosewood fingerboard with elegant white binding and block inlays.
Special Oxblood Finish
The Troy Van Leeuwen Jazzmaster is especially notable for its darkly alluring “Oxblood” finish, which looks almost black until the light catches it just right and reveals its true deep, dark red hue.
In addition to its other highly distinctive features, the Troy Van Leeuwen Jazzmaster features a matching Oxblood headstock.
American Vintage ’65 Jazzmaster Pickups
Troy Van Leeuwen’s signature model gets its phenomenal sound by borrowing a full-voiced pair of ’65 Jazzmaster single-coil pickups from Fender’s American Vintage series.
Jazzmaster Bridge with Brass Mustang Saddles
As specified by Troy Van Leeuwen himself, the Jazzmaster bridge on his signature model is designed with chrome-plated brass Mustang saddles.
Chrome Lead/Rhythm Toggle Switch
Rather than the traditional Jazzmaster lead/rhythm circuit slide switch on the upper horn, the Troy Van Leeuwen Jazzmaster uses a chrome toggle switch instead.
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