FENDER’s New JV Series Reissues ’80s Japanese Models

Another day, another new Fender series. Earlier this week it was the brand’s killer offset guitars, and now they’re throwing it back to their rare ’80s Japanese models.

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First up is the JV Modified ’60s Stratocaster, which features a Basswood body, Maple neck with Maple fretboard and 9.5″ fingerboard radius, and three Vintage-Style Single-Coil Strat pickups. The JV Modified ’60s Stratocaster also offers a push-pull pot on tone knob 2 that adds neck pickup to switch positions 1 and 2. The JV Modified ’60s Stratocaster is available in Olympic White here for $1,299.99.

The JV Modified ’60s Custom Telecaster features a Basswood body, Maple neck with Rosewood fretboard and 9.5″ fingerboard radius, and two Vintage-Style Single-Coil Tele pickups. The JV Modified ’60s Custom Telecaster also offers a 4-way switch with ‘series’ mode and a push-pull pot on the tone knob activates out-of-phase mode. The JV Modified ’60s Custom Telecaster is available in Olympic White here for $1,349.99.

The JV Modified ’50s Telecaster (largely the same as the ’60s Custom Telecaster) features a Basswood body, Maple neck with Maple fretboard and 9.5″ fingerboard radius, and two Vintage-Style Single-Coil Tele pickups. The JV Modified ’50s Telecaster also offers a 4-way switch with ‘series’ mode and a push-pull pot on the tone knob activates out-of-phase mode. The JV Modified ’50s Telecaster is available in White Blonde here for $1,299.99.

The JV Modified ’50s Stratocaster HSS features a Basswood body, Maple neck with Maple fretboard and 9.5″ fingerboard radius, and two Vintage-Style Single-Coil Strat pickups alongside a Hot Vintage Alnico Humbucking pickup. The JV Modified ’50s Stratocaster HSS also offers a 6-point synchronized tremolo with bent steel saddles and vintage-style locking tuners and a push-pull pot on tone 2 for coil-splits on the humbucker. The JV Modified ’50s Stratocaster HSS is available in 2-Tone Sunburst here for $1,329.99.