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Hi guys & girls :party:

 

I'm a wee bit embarrassed to say that I'm actually selling an electric GUITAR!!... :swoon:(oh, the shame!)

 

It's a Fender Telecaster signature John 5 model, MIM with the rosewood fingerboard, chrome pick-guard, three-way blade pickup selector switch, enforcer humbucker bridge pickup and Fender Telecaster “Twisted" single coil neck pickup.  Controls are volume: neck pickup, volume: bridge pickup.

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It's an incredibly versatile guitar, as you might expect of an instrument made to the preferences and specifications of Mr Lowery, himself...

 

In case you're wondering, who exactly this John 5 “man" is...

 

 

 

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No, No!.. Not him...

 

 

 

 

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WHOA!!!  SCARY!...

 

 

 

 

 

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Yikes!  Scarier...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AAARRRRRGGGGGHHHHH!!!!!

 

 

 

Anyway, he's an American guitarist who used to perform with David Le Roth and, of course, Marilyn Manson... (ah... That's why he looks that way... 9_9

He's also played with such names as Rob Zombie, Meatloaf and Lynyrd Skynyrd :o 

...not to mention him having a pretty extensive solo career...

 

I reckon the most unique and “eye-catching" feature, (not literally, unless you were to have a rather unfortunate “guitar spin" accident), is the guitar's three-on-a-side headstock...

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...which makes for an incredibly individual and “most excellent" Telecaster!!

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EXCELLENT!!!!!

 

The Fender J5 has a modern ‘C' shaped, maple neck with Rosewood fingerboard, 22 “Medium Jumbo" frets (whatever that means)... A synthetic-bone nut, matching black headstock and dot inlays.

The body is made from ash wood finished in gloss black with white borders and a particularly fetching chrome/mirrored pick-guard.

Electronics and hardware include the “twisted" single coil telecaster neck pickup and the “enforcer" humbucking bridge pickup, two volume controls (one to control neck pickup volume, one to control bridge pickup volume) and a three way pickup selector switch (bridge pickup, neck pickup & both pickups simultaneously).  

Needless to say this is an extremely versatile and very attractive looking Fender Telecaster and one that is growing increasingly sought after.

 

The instrument is in all round fantastic condition, there is marking to the chrome scratch guard (can be seen in second picture below) and a slight, faint mark toward the bottom of the body which does not show in the pictures.  More pictures can be provided if interested...

 

I am happy to post the Guitar or part-meet for fuel cost.  Collection is also very welcome.

 

Any questions, please PM...

 

Here's some more pics of the FENDER JOHN 5 TELECASTER.......

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Includes padded gig case... :i-m_so_happy:

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I was with you right up to the headstock reveal.

Not. Good.

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John 5 is a hella player!! 
 

do NOT like that headstock though.

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I've got the Squier version with the normal Tele headstock and 2 humbuckers. Absolutely wicked little thing.

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