Description

This all original 1964 Fender Jaguar is a classic. The body is alder with a tree tone sunburst finish. The 24" scale maple neck has a rosewood fretboard with 10 clay dots, and 22 frets. The date on the butt of the neck is Sept 1, 1964 and the date in the stack pull shows a date of 21st week of 1964. The serial number is L46040. The narrow tappered neck is 1 5/8" at the nut. While the offset waist Jaguar was considered to be the top of the line at Fender in it's day it was particularly revered by surf players. The pickups were designed for a preset tone appreciated by rhythm players. Features include two bright white strat-like single coil pickups with notched metal side plates, a celluloid tortoise 3 ply pickguard, a string mute, and a floating Jazzmaster style tremolo. There are two black knobs with white indicators, three individual pickup switches on the treble side and a selector switch with two roller knobs on the bass side of the guitar. There are some random dings on the body and a little buckle rash on back. The Jaguar was played but not abused. The frets show minimal wear and the Jaguar works great electronically and has a nice tone. It weighs 8lbs, 1 oz. It will be shipped in a vintage age appropriate hardshell tan case with plush orange lining.

Year Condition Color Case
1964 Excellent Three Tone Sunburst Hard

$3,499

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