Please note, this is a B-Stock item. B-stock items are either ex repair or have previously been returned by another customer. The original boxing and manual may be missing, and there may be some slight signs of usage.
Otherwise, the unit operates as new.
This is a great opportunity to buy a fully functioning product at a discounted price, supplied with a two-year warranty.
Product Ref: 126410
This Jaguar is equipped with a range of high-quality components, delivering a professional-grade performance to players on a budget. Its set of Player Series pickups are infused with the soul of Fender, offering all the classic tones associated with many guitar legends. The pickups consist of a humbucker at the bridge and a single coil at the neck. A toggle switch, tone controls, and volume control provides excellent tone shaping capabilities, allowing players to dial in the perfect tone for their playing style. The 6-Saddle Vintage-Style Adjustable with “Floating” Tremolo Tailpiece offers unique, pitch bending possibilities, while the addition of a synthetic bone nut helps enhance the natural resonance and string stability.
Alder is favoured by most players for its incredibly balanced tone, offering the perfect dynamic range to suit most musical styles. The alder body is perfect for playing a wide range of musical styles, with its excellent sustain and resonance ensuring each note is heard. Its bright, sizzling highs, rounded lows, and beefy midrange sets up the foundation of the guitar's overall tone, allowing players to achieve the perfect sounds for most playing styles.
This Fender Player Jaguar features a Modern 'C' shaped is designed for an incredibly comfortable playing experience, allowing the hand to fully cup the neck and deliver smooth navigation of the fingerboard. The maple neck provides beautifully bright tones, with searing highs and strong mids for a dynamic performance, whilst the pau ferro fingerboard offers a balanced tone with sparkling highs and good depth.
The Jaguar was a feature-laden instrument released in 1962 and designed to tempt players away from other guitar brands. It had a relatively unusual switching system but during its 13-year production run it did not sell as well as the classic Stratocaster and Telecaster models. It became popular in the surf music scene, and later with punk and rock players of the '80s and '90s, once production had been ceased. Fender began making a Japanese-made model in the '80s, and a USA reissue in 1999. It is now famed for its off-set design and unique tones.