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Squier by Fender Vintage Modified Jaguar Electric Guitar, Rosewood Fingerboard, 3-Tone Sunburst

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An authentically styled Jaguar now joins the Vintage Modified family, with present-day touches including sharp, clear Duncan Designed pickups and a modern fingerboard radius. Squires new Vintage Modified Jaguar rocks the models distinctive hallmarks, too – such as the 24-Inch scale, dual-circuit switching and controls, floating-vibrato bridge and classically colorful Surf Green, Candy Apple Red, Olympic White and Three-color Sunburst finishes. Features include a maple neck with vintage-tint gloss finish, 9.5-radius rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and parchment dot inlays, tortoiseshell (Three-Color Sunburst and Olympic White models) and white-black-white pick guards (Candy Apple Red and Surf Green models), Jaguar single-coil pickups, circuit selector and tone circuit switches, pickup on/off switches, skirted black control knobs (lead circuit) and black disc knobs (rhythm circuit), vintage-style bridge and non-locking floating vibrato with vintage-style tremolo arm, vintage-style chrome tuners and chrome hardware.

Product Features

  • Basswood Body
  • Maple C Shape Neck with 22-Medium Jumbo Frets and rosewood fingerboard
  • Duncan Designed single-coil pickups
  • Vintage-style bridge with non-locking floating vibrato
  • Vintage-Style Chrome Tuning Keys

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Comments

Hank Unck says:

Why pay more? I’ve been playing guitar for over 50 years. Often, when I purchased a major brand’s lower-cost line, there were definite trade-offs. But not this time. I own a Fender Jag that has become a bit of a collector’s item after 50 years. Therefore, I decided to purchase a Squier Jag for gigs. Maybe my old ears are starting to fail me, but I can’t really hear much, if any difference in the distinctive classic Jaguar sound between the two. The Squier Jag also feels and plays like the original…

Duckman says:

Unfreakinbelievable! Time was when a Squier guitar was “good for the money.” Not a bad thing to be able to say about any guitar, but hardly the ultimate compliment you could give it. So let me be clear from the onset: This guitar is just plain good with no qualifiers.Okay, for my having said that to have any weight you’d rightly need an answer to this question: “Is this guy a beginner?’ Answer: No. I have been playing for over fifty years — some of them professionally. I regularly play Fender…

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