Cream Jedson Telecaster MiJ early 1970s
1970’s Jedson Telecaster in excellent playing condition. A lovely example of a 1970’s Jedson Telecaster. If you’ve been considering a telecaster, then this vintage tele’ is the way to go. They hold their value very nicely. They play nicely and they produce the original vintage sound. Jedson guitars were made in Japan between 1969 and 1975. This is one of the desirable cream models with a 24 3/4” short scale. It’s a very nice original one with twin chrome pickups mounted on a white scratch plate. The Volume and Tone controls are mounted on a smaller matching white plate. This guitar also has the original tremolo bar. Playability. It has a lovely neck. The RW fingerboard is in excellent shape. The frets are good and the action is excellent as you would expect. It plays nicely. Overall. I’m reducing the size of my collection so, even though this is a very nice original JEDSON, it’s a great player and you won’t be disappointed. The guitar is in such good condition that it’s hard to believe it’s now 40+ years old. Alterations: None apparent. Headstock. Original and without issues. Original button machine tuners and it still has the original JEDSON badge. Neck. It is straight and nice to play. The back of the bolt-on neck is good. It has a truss rod for adjustment. Hardware: Two original pickups, together with original bridge and tail piece with the original tremolo bar. The body: It’s in very good condition, with a few tiny nicks in the clear lacquer finish. Case: Supplied a soft gig bag. Shipping: I will ship almost anywhere at whatever it costs me.