Fender Modern Player Marauder

By October 8, 20112011, New Release

In addition to heralding the return of a fabled and seldom-heard Fender name from the 1960s, the Modern Player Marauder is one of the most distinctive new guitars in the family, uniquely marked by a new body style, Modern Player Jazzmaster® neck pickup and volcanic-sounding three-coil Fender Triplebucker bridge pickup. Other features include a koto body, C-shaped maple neck, rosewood fretboard with 22 jumbo frets, five-way pickup switching with lower horn blade selector switch, four-ply aged white pearloid pickguard, Jazz Bass®-style control knobs, vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge, vintage-style tuners and nickel/chrome hardware. Available in Black and Lake Placid Blue.

Fender Modern Player Marauder

Fender Modern Player Marauder

Modern Player Series

Throughout its history, Fender® has always made a special point of welcoming new players to the family by offering entry-level instruments of remarkable style and substance (such as the Duo-Sonic™, Mustang® and Musicmaster® models), with great sound, classic looks, solid performance and eminent affordability. The Modern Player series continues that great my-first-Fender tradition, with thoroughly modern features and several distinctively unconventional new takes on our most revered instruments-all with outstandingly attainable value.

Modern Player Marauder specs:
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  • Neck Shape: “C” Shape
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Fret Size: Jumbo
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 25.5″ (64.8 cm)
  • Bridge Pickup: Fender® Triplebucker Pickup (Bridge)
  • Neck Pickup: Modern Player Jazzmaster® Pickup (Neck)
  • Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
  • Hardware Finish: Nickel/Chrome
  • Bridge: Vintage Style Synchronized Tremolo
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