1964 Fender Jaguar, Candy Apple Red
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1964 Fender Jaguar, Candy Apple Red

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 Early 1964 Fender Jaguar, Candy Apple Red custom finish with matching headstock in Excellent + good condition. It has a 3-ply white/mint pickguard and rosewood fingerboard with clay dots. All original and complete including the case. 

The body finish has only minor sings of wear with a few small dings around the edges. The headstock has a couple of small chips in the finish on the front edge, exposing the silver undercoat and some light scuffs along the top edge. The frets have very little wear and plenty of life left in them. The truss rod is fully functional with no issues. The back of the neck is very clean

This guitar has been set up in our workshop with a fresh set of strings and a low action. The neck is stamped Jan 64 B. Serial L20359. The neck pot dates to the 48th week of 63 and the tone pot to the 20th week of 63. Both are original with untouched solder. Original black bobbin pickups are original with original windings and untouched solder. Weight 8lbs 5.5oz. Nut width: 40.25 mm. Depth at 1st fret: 20.2 mm. Depth at the 12th fret: 24.6 mm. 3-month warranty included.

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 Jazzmaster's 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 Excellent  9/10
Case OHSC
Weight 8lbs 5.5oz
Serial Number
L20359

 Early 1964 Fender Jaguar, Candy Apple Red custom finish with matching headstock in Excellent + good condition. It has a 3-ply white/mint pickguard and rosewood fingerboard with clay dots. All original and complete including the case. 

The body finish has only minor sings of wear with a few small dings around the edges. The headstock has a couple of small chips in the finish on the front edge, exposing the silver undercoat and some light scuffs along the top edge. The frets have very little wear and plenty of life left in them. The truss rod is fully functional with no issues. The back of the neck is very clean

This guitar has been set up in our workshop with a fresh set of strings and a low action. The neck is stamped Jan 64 B. Serial L20359. The neck pot dates to the 48th week of 63 and the tone pot to the 20th week of 63. Both are original with untouched solder. Original black bobbin pickups are original with original windings and untouched solder. Weight 8lbs 5.5oz. Nut width: 40.25 mm. Depth at 1st fret: 20.2 mm. Depth at the 12th fret: 24.6 mm. 3-month warranty included.

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 Jazzmaster's 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 Excellent  9/10
Case OHSC
Weight 8lbs 5.5oz
Serial Number
L20359