1966 Fender Jaguar, Sunburst
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1966 Fender Jaguar, Sunburst

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Late 65/Early 66 Fender Jaguar, Sunburst finish in good condition. It has a tortoise pickguard and a rosewood fingerboard with a bound neck. All original including the case. The mute mechanism is in the case with the whammy bar, the only thing missing is the bridge cover. It's nice and light, weighing 8lbs exactly and comes with a 3-month warranty.

There is some buckle rash on the back of the body whilst the finish on the front face of the body is relatively clean with only minor signs of wear. The only wear of any significance is to be found around the edges where there are numerous patches of scuffs and dings. The edges of the headstock has some small dings, but nothing major. The frets have been dressed in our workshop and have plenty of life left in them. The truss rod is fully functional with no issues. The back of the neck is clean overall with only minor play wear and a few small scuffs

This guitar has been set up in our workshop with a fresh set of Ernie Ball Super Slinky strings and a low action. The neck is stamped OCT 65 B. Serial 123811. The pots date to the 30th week of 65.  Original black bobbin pickups with original windings. Weight 8 lbs . Nut width: 42 mm. Depth at 1st fret: 23 mm.  

The Jaguar was launched in 1962 as another top-of-the-line guitar in the same vein as the Jazzmaster. Both guitars shared the modern offset body shape and distinct floating tremolo system. The Jaguar differed in its use of a shorter 24-inch scale length and stronger single-coil pickups, which were encased in notched covers to shield the electronics from external radio noise (a typical annoyance with the Jazzmasters soapbars).Both guitars integrated a unique dual rhythm/lead circuit design, yet on the Jaguar the 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. 

 

Condition Good 7/10
Case OHSC
Weight 8 lbs 
Serial Number
123811

Late 65/Early 66 Fender Jaguar, Sunburst finish in good condition. It has a tortoise pickguard and a rosewood fingerboard with a bound neck. All original including the case. The mute mechanism is in the case with the whammy bar, the only thing missing is the bridge cover. It's nice and light, weighing 8lbs exactly and comes with a 3-month warranty.

There is some buckle rash on the back of the body whilst the finish on the front face of the body is relatively clean with only minor signs of wear. The only wear of any significance is to be found around the edges where there are numerous patches of scuffs and dings. The edges of the headstock has some small dings, but nothing major. The frets have been dressed in our workshop and have plenty of life left in them. The truss rod is fully functional with no issues. The back of the neck is clean overall with only minor play wear and a few small scuffs

This guitar has been set up in our workshop with a fresh set of Ernie Ball Super Slinky strings and a low action. The neck is stamped OCT 65 B. Serial 123811. The pots date to the 30th week of 65.  Original black bobbin pickups with original windings. Weight 8 lbs . Nut width: 42 mm. Depth at 1st fret: 23 mm.  

The Jaguar was launched in 1962 as another top-of-the-line guitar in the same vein as the Jazzmaster. Both guitars shared the modern offset body shape and distinct floating tremolo system. The Jaguar differed in its use of a shorter 24-inch scale length and stronger single-coil pickups, which were encased in notched covers to shield the electronics from external radio noise (a typical annoyance with the Jazzmasters soapbars).Both guitars integrated a unique dual rhythm/lead circuit design, yet on the Jaguar the 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. 

 

Condition Good 7/10
Case OHSC
Weight 8 lbs 
Serial Number
123811