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Fender Jaguar 1964 Sunburst On Sold

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The Fender Jaguar was launched in 1962 some 4 years after its offset body older brother the Jazzmaster. Both guitars shared the modern offset body shape and distinct floating tremolo system. The Jaguar had a shorter 24-inch scale length and different pickups. There were stronger single coil pickups to the Jazzmaster and were which were encased in notched chrome covers to shield the electronics from external radio noise. Both guitars were equipped with a rhythm/lead circuit design. The Jaguar lead circuit includes three switches: on-off for the front pickup, on-off for the back pickup, and a bass-cut switch that adds an extra capacitor to the signal. As a deluxe new addition to the Fender range the Jaguar had some fancy deluxe upgrades installed. This include: chrome switch plates and tremolo system and a flick up string-mute system like you might see on a bass guitar. This never really caught on with players. By 1965 when this guitar was made the Fender Company was in the hand of new management from CBS Corporation and this marked what’s known as the transition era for the Fender Company. Changes seen during this period include a switch from clay to pearloid fingerboard inlays, three-layered plastic pickguard and Kluson F-style tuners.

1964 Fender Jaguar 3 tone sunburst.

Great looking vintage pre CBS Jaguar from 1964. Guitar has marks,dings, chips and scratches but nothing troublesome and they all enhance the cool appearance in my opinion. The frets look original and though there is some marking they still have a lot of life left in them. The neck code is Jan 64 and pot codes are 48th week 63. Neck is nice and straight and action is set up medium low. Plenty of scope to go lower if required.Ships in original hard case pictured.

Stock Status: 1 Units in Stock

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