One of the reasons why the Jaguar was used by indie rock artists is the sonic possibilities offered by the bridge construction. The Jaguar's 9.5" fingerbo...  Click To Read More About This Product. The Classic Player Jaguar guitar features revolutionary electronics that include blendable coil-splitting for more tones than ever. Add to Cart. The Fender Jaguar is an electric guitar by Fender Musical Instruments characterized by an offset-waist body, a relatively unusual switching system with two separate circuits for lead and rhythm, and a medium-scale 24" neck. In dieser sind zwei Fender Enforcer Humbucker verbaut, welche jeweils durch die Rädchen über die Saiten stufenlos auf Singlecoil oder Humbucker gedreht werden können. Very Good. Photographs for the campaign, done by Bob Perine, included photographs of bikini-clad girls on sandy beaches holding Jaguars—many of these featured Perine's daughter and her friends. The Fender Classic Player Jaguar Special HH guitar turbocharges Fender's iconic Jaguar model with some thoroughly modern improvements. Suche eine fender jaguar in burgundy mist metallic. One of the more notable examples would be the electronics: Japanese production models typically used cheaper wiring, miniature pots through out the guitar (as opposed to only in the rhythm circuit as would be found on original and AVRI examples), lower-quality pickups, and shielding paint as opposed to brass shielding plates installed in the cavities (Japanese guitars made before 96/97 also have brass shielding) seen on typical American Jaguars. [citation needed], In May 2008 Fender introduced the Classic Player Series Jaguar and Jaguar HH with dual Enforcer humbuckers, which are made in Mexico and sold for under $1000. The control layout consisting of a single three-way pickup toggle switch and one volume and one tone. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele Artikel! Learn how and when to remove this template message, "The Jaguar: From surfboards to shoegaze and beyond, it's been a remarkable 50-year journey ...", "Fender Vintage Guitars - Collector Information / Collectors Weekly", "Blacktop Jaguar HH Electric Guitar Black Rosewood",,,,,,,,, Musical instruments invented in the 1960s, Articles needing additional references from December 2016, All articles needing additional references, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2016, Articles lacking reliable references from November 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 27 November 2020, at 15:26. There are two pickups: a single-coil pickup in the neck position and a humbucker in the bridge position. The first 100 of each color were hand-numbered. The Jaguar never enjoyed the popularity of its Stratocaster and Telecaster siblings. The Jaguar, however, had a more complex lead circuit consisting of three switches and two dials on the lower bout: the first two switches were on/off switches for the neck and bridge pickups, respectively, while the third switch engaged a capacitor that served as a high-pass filter (sometimes referred to as a "strangle" switch). It was available in 3-Tone Sunburst, Olympic White, Candy Apple Red and Surf Green, all came with tortoise shell guard except CAR which came with white. Fender Japan produced Jaguars for its own domestic market with numerous special editions including an accurate version of Kurt Cobain's modified model until Fender chose to end the licensing agreement in place since the early 1980s in favor of taking over Japanese production themselves in 2015. Both the Fender company[1] and vintage guitar authorities[2][3][4] date the introduction of the Jaguar to 1962. Dual humbucking pickups add a whole new sonic dimension. Fender reissued the 1962 version of the Jaguar in 1999 as part of its American Vintage Reissue (AVRI) Series (lower cost Japanese-made versions were available between 1984-2015, originally made of basswood and then alder like their American counterparts). This Classic Player guitar is also available as a "1966" limited-edition version with a bound neck featuring rectangular block inlays and CBS-style decals as of 2009. In 2019, Squier released a slightly upgraded version to the discontinued Vintage Modified Jaguar, this time as part of the Classic Vibe series. Here's a very clean factory Gunmetal Blue Fender Jaguar HH with matching headstock. Preferred Seller. All three pickups—two standard Stratocaster® single-coils and an Atomic humbucking bridge pickup—are angled for enhanced bass and treble response.