Jansen Guitar Invader Electric Guitar Fiesta Red


Jensen Invader in totally unused as new condition and a great opportunity to get your hands on something a bit different

With the rise of the Beatles, guitars became all the rage, and Jansen took off. The company was soon producing 40 or 50 guitars a month. Their Invader model, made in 1964 and based on the famous Fender Stratocaster, was a huge success. It was named after local hit band Ray Columbus and the Invaders. For several years in New Zealand, this was the guitar to have. It outsold not only the Stratocaster but all other imported brands. Although Jansen guitars were often modelled on overseas examples, the company introduced many of their own innovations, especially in the design of the pick-up.

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Neck 24.75inch scale,

Nut Width 42mm,

12 inch radius,

Body: Okuman, from central Africa, similar to mahogany, a good tone wood, body depth 45mm,

Electronics: Entwistle AS57 pickups, Alnico 5 magnetics. (vintage Strat),

Volume, Tone, Tone, individual pickup slide selectors,

Machine Heads: Kluson type good quality,

Trem: Floating type (Jazzmaster),

Bridge: Roller type.


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