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One of the popular and gorgeous Candy Apple Red-finished Jaguars, this one is an exceptionally good player as well, one of the best we have here. It has the rounder neck profile that graces the majority of Fender guitars after the CBS takeover, and it features excellent tension and comfort for any style of play. Its wear even looks good, with some of the gold undercoat showing through on some of the edges of the body. A must for any player or collector interested in a standout Jaguar.
Body: Alder with Candy Apple Red finish, gold undercoat. Matching headstock.
Neck: Maple with bound rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays. Wide, round profile.
Pickups/Hardware: Two strong, bright Strat-like pickups. Jaguar electronics setup and string mute.
Setup/Playability: Very smooth player with medium action and good tension to bend with. Exceptional among our Jaguars.
Cosmetic Condition: Very fine, light checking on body. Slight wear showing gold undercoat around edges. Very little neck finish wear.
Weight: 8 lbs 7 oz
Case: Original hardshell
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