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Grammy winner John Mayer has teamed up with Fender for this must-have signature guitar.

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Pros

pickups have a scooped-out sound, feels nice and bluesy

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electronics are solidly built, properly installed with no interference

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not a very commonly seen guitar in stores, won't often meet another player with one

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tuners are geared low for accurate tuning

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excellent resonance and sustain without additional patches

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generally easy to use, neck is nice to work with

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Cons

some touchups to the varnish needed, depending on the unit

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some fret buzz is noticeable when playing hard

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Grammy winner John Mayer has teamed up with Fender for this must-have signature guitar. Its alder body is a wonderland, and the satin urethane-finish maple neck has a slightly larger C-shape topped by a buffed headstock with a vintage ’50s decal. The African rosewood fingerboard has a 9.5” radius and Dunlop® 6105 frets.
Other features include three new “Big Dipper” single-coil pickups with a special “scooped” mid-range voicing wound to Mayer’s exacting specs, an American Vintage synchronized tremolo with five tremolo springs (the uninstalled back plate is in the case), Fender/Gotoh® vintage-style tuning keys and a three-ply brown shell pickguard.
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