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Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
Mario Jazz Style
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Mario Jazz Style

Regular price
$3,100.00
Sale price
$3,100.00
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Complexity in design. Complexity in tone.

The offset waist guitar was a later development in guitar history. Getting away from the straight-laced and semi-symmetrical T and S, the jazz style was a whole new animal. A complicated electrical circuit provides much more variance and tone that its straight-waisted brethren. This style of guitar is one of the most unique and complex guitar designs out there and has graced the shoulders of artists such as Elvis Costello, J. Mascis, Thurston Moore, and many more.

This is Mario's take on this complex classic. A style you know and love — with some much needed upgrades and lots of custom options.  Go traditional, or get creative and build a Jazz that is unlike anything the world has ever seen!

STANDARD SPECS:

- Aged or non-aged
- Body wood: alder, swamp ash, paulownia, or pine
- Maple neck
- Maple or rosewood fingerboard
- 25-1/2" scale - 21 frets
- 9.5" radius
- 6105 frets
- Soft 'V' shape
- Staggered Gotoh Kluson tuners
- Vintage jazz tremolo or hardtail bridge
- Custom wound - Lindy Fralin PU’s
- Vintage mustang bridge
- Nitrocellulose lacquer
- D'Addario .010-.046
- Deluxe hardshell case (G&G or TKL)
- Certificate of authenticity 

OPTIONS/UPGRADES:
- Paulownia body: +$25
- Mahogany body: +$35
- 1 piece body: +$100
- Thinline/semi-hollow: +$100
- Flame maple top: +$50
- AAA flame maple top: +$100
- Flame maple top for thinline or semi-hollow: +$65
- AAA flame maple top for thinline or semi-hollow: +$100
- Body binding (plus tape and scrape): +$120 per side
- Tape/scrape (bodies w/ binding getting finish): +$55
- Hand-cutting: +$150 (reserved for hyper-custom bodies that have to be cut 100% by hand)
- Quarter sawn neck wood: +$65
- Mahogany neck: +$25
- Roasted maple neck: +$75
- Birdseye maple neck: +$50
- AAA birdseye maple neck: +$85
- Flame maple neck: +$50
- AAA flame maple neck: +$100
- Custom neck profile/back-shape measurements: +$45 per measurement
- Bridseye maple fingerboard: +$35
- Veneer fingerboard: +$50
- Flame maple fingerboard: +$25
- AAA flame maple fingerboard: +$100
- Dark brown ebony fingerboard: +$45
- Jet black ebony fingerboard: +$75
- Cites compliant pau ferro (Santos rosewood) fingerboard: +$12
- Dark Indian rosewood fingerboard: +$25
- Madagascar rosewood fingerboard: +$25
- Brazilian rosewood fingerboard: +$200 (no international shipping)
- Compound fingerboard radius: +$25
- Hand scalloped fingerboard: +$350
- 22nd fret extension: +$35
- Stainless steel frets: +$100
- Mother of pearl fingerboard dots: +$12
- Abalone fingerboard dots: +$12
- Block fingerboard inlay: +$150
- Fingerboard binding: +$110
- Block fingerboard inlay & binding: +$260
- Metal flake finish: +$170
- Custom color match finish: +$150
- "Tribute" fee: +$300 (for guitars whose finish/relic are intended to mimic a famous guitar exactly)
- Heavy relic: +$75
- Finish over finish: +$125
- Headstock finish (to match body): +$100
- Mastery bridge: +$150
- Mastery bridge and tremolo: +$350
- Spitfire tortoiseshell pickguard: +$175
- Exotic/specialty woods or parts: market price