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1964 Fender Jaguar

1964 Fender Jaguar

Regular price $26,950.00
Regular price $29,950.00 Sale price $26,950.00
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An incredible pre-CBS Jaguar in an original custom-color Lake Placid Blue finish with factory Gold hardware! Considered the flagship Fender model of its time, the Jaguar features a super comfortable offset body, floating tremolo, 24″ scale length, and tons of switching options for a wide range of tones. This guitar is 100% original and in very good condition showing normal cosmetic finish wear. Plays great sporting an excellent feeling medium-C profile "1JUL64B" neck and the original single-coil pickups deliver a fantastic sound with a signature chime and woodiness. A highly collectible vintage offset! Includes original hardshell case.

Check out the feature from our luthier Tyler in the ECG Newsletter:

"Once the black sheep of the company’s lineup, the Jaguar is now one of the most recognizable and desirable Fender designs out there and 1964 was certainly among the model’s premier years. The Brazilian rosewood fretboard is the hallmark of the last true iteration of Fender’s “golden era,” and provides a richness and response that simply cannot be mimicked with the later Indian rosewood boards. The lightweight alder bodies used on pre-CBS Fenders not only look better than the modern equivalent but are notably more responsive and resonant, reminiscent of early Stratocasters from the first few model years of their production.

Two amazing features set this particular Jag apart from the crowd. Most noticeably, it’s sporting its original Lake Placid Blue custom color finish, a favorite among Fender connoisseurs. The second, more subtle feature is the guitar’s factory appointment with gold-plated hardware. This was an upgrade even less common than a custom color, so having both on one instrument is truly a special treat. This ’64 remains in 100% original condition despite its age. It shows some minor but tasteful playwear from decades of service, but is still in the very top tier of collectible vintage Fenders." -Tyler Geske

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