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New-Look Fender Jaguar Guitars

 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2005 3:36 am    Post subject: New-Look Fender Jaguar Guitars Reply with quote

- Press Release

Since it first hit the stores in 1962, the Fender® Jaguar® guitar has been the instrument of choice for all those looking for something a bit different. With its offset waist and plenitude of space-age controls, the Jaguar® has been seen in the hands of a number of influential guitarists, including: John Frusciante (Red Hot Chili Peppers), The Edge (U2), Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), Elvis Costello, J.Mascis (Dinosaur Jr.), Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Carl Wilson (Beach Boys) and Ben Watt (Everything But the Girl).

Now, from Fender® Japan come these two Limited Edition Jaguar® models. Stylishly finished in Black with chrome hardware, the Jaguar® HH and Jaguar® Baritone Special HH are due to hit the stores in Summer 2005. Here are the details:


Jaguar® HH (025-9200-306)

Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
24” Scale length
Two special design MIJ Dragster humbucking pickups
Controls: “Lead” circuit: two-position tone switch, volume, tone, “Rhythm” circuit: volume, tone, circuit selector switch
Two on/off pickup selector slide switches, one for each pickup
Adjusto-matic™ bridge with anchored tailpiece
Vintage-style tuning machines



Jaguar® Baritone Special HH (025-9300-306)

Alder Body
Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
27” Scale length
Two special design MIJ Dragster humbucking pickups
Three-position pickup selector switch
Master Volume and Tone Controls
Vintage-style Adjusto-matic™ bridge with anchored tailpiece
Vintage-style tuning machines



Website: http://www.fender.com
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