Fender Jaguar (1964) SOLD!

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It’s been said before, but the statement bears repeating: there’s no substitute for really bonding with an instrument. Think about Clapton and his late, lamented mongrel ‘50s Stratocaster, Blackie; or Willie Nelson and Trigger, his beyond-battered Martin classical. Indeed, the more time a player spends devoted to a particular guitar, the more that instrument influences his or her note choices, tonal signature, even philosophical outlook. Playing a Jaguar is like that. It requires a user to develop a more-than-casual familiarity with its tone controls and roller pots. However, once you have strapped one on and experienced for yourself the efficacy of the pickup selectors and bass cut switch, as well as the inherent chime and grind in the Strat-like pickups, you may just ask yourself, “Self—why in the world did I wait so long to experience the ‘big cat’?” Although we can’t help you with the cosmic questions in your life, we would be happy to set you up with this affordable pre-CBS Jaguar. It has a comfortable C-shaped neck that immediately felt friendly and familiar—subtly smoothed from countless hours on-stage in the hands of its long-time owner, from whom we bought the guitar. Same with the body; there is no fake aging on this kitty cat—every ding, gouge, and mar is the result of honest play wear. New tremolo arm, else original, with significant wear on front and buckle rash on back (see photos). With new tweed hardshell case. SOLD!

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It’s been said before, but the statement bears repeating: there’s no substitute for really bonding with an instrument. Think about Clapton and his late, lamented mongrel ‘50s Stratocaster, Blackie; or Willie Nelson and Trigger, his beyond-battered Martin classical. Indeed, the more time a player spends devoted to a particular guitar, the more that instrument influences his or her note choices, tonal signature, even philosophical outlook. Playing a Jaguar is like that. It requires a user to develop a more-than-casual familiarity with its tone controls and roller pots. However, once you have strapped one on and experienced for yourself the efficacy of the pickup selectors and bass cut switch, as well as the inherent chime and grind in the Strat-like pickups, you may just ask yourself, “Self—why in the world did I wait so long to experience the ‘big cat’?” Although we can’t help you with the cosmic questions in your life, we would be happy to set you up with this affordable pre-CBS Jaguar. It has a comfortable C-shaped neck that immediately felt friendly and familiar—subtly smoothed from countless hours on-stage in the hands of its long-time owner, from whom we bought the guitar. Same with the body; there is no fake aging on this kitty cat—every ding, gouge, and mar is the result of honest play wear. New tremolo arm, else original, with significant wear on front and buckle rash on back (see photos). With new tweed hardshell case. SOLD!