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Ready to buy ? Please check out our price on this or any other Fender guitar ! The 60th Anniversary Jaguar models celebrate the introduction of Fender’s top-of-the-line offset instrument of 1962. The Jaguar was introduced as Fender’s premium offering and was advertised as a “faster, more comfortable guitar.”
The Fender 60th Anniversary Jaguar Electric Guitar is instantly recognizable with its iconic offset-waist body, slinky 24” short scale, elegant bound rosewood fingerboard inlaid with pearloid block position markers and matching painted headstock. Other era correct details include an alder body with nitrocellulose lacquer finish, lead/rhythm circuit, “F” tuners and Jaguar tremolo system with adjustable string mute.
A pair of 60th Anniversary Jaguar pickups provide a host of inspiring tones, ranging from slashing rhythm sounds to round, warm lead tones. The guitar features an engraved neckplate with a 60th anniversary logo, which is also embroidered on the interior of the included hardshell case. Offered in two vintage-inspired colors, Mystic Dakota Red and Mystic Lake Placid Blue, this model will be available in very limited numbers.
The nitrocellulose lacquer finish not only lets the body breathe with its true tonal character, it also ages and wears in a distinctively personal way.
This Jaguar features a “C”-shaped neck profile delivered straight from the 1960s to your hands. Remarkably comfortable, it suits any playing style.
This circuit makes it easy to dial in preset rhythm and lead sounds and switch between the two on the fly—great for live performances.
These specially voiced pickups are crafted to capture the articulate mid 60’s tone that made Fender instruments famous.
First featured on Jaguars in the mid-60’s, block inlays and neck binding add a touch of class and an upscale vibe to this already stunning instrument.
This guitar features authentic vintage-style Fender hardware. From the floating tremolo to the string mute to the “F”-stamped tuning machines, every piece is just like the original.