Fender decided (under CBS) to go all Gibson-y by putting bindings on the neck and swap out the dot markers for blocks-you know class it up a little. Well, nobody really wanted that and they kind of gave up on it after a few years but from some time in 66 until the end of the line in 75, that's how they made them. Condition is excellent plus but the finish has faded to a two color sunburst-the red is pretty much gone. Jaguars are under appreciated mostly because of the short scale (24"). So, get a 60's Fender for relatively cheap. No case but I have a gig bag for it.

OK Guitars

OK Guitars

5 Year Member
OK Guitars
Charles Gelber
203 858 0098
Kent, CT
4:52 AM
Winter hours Friday Noon-3 PM. Saturday Noon-4PM. Sunday 12-3 PM. Weekdays by appointment.

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Buyer pays for shipping and insurance. Shipping is based on actual cost for Ground. Overnight and 2 day is additional. International shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. Delivery in New York City (Manhattan) is sometimes available or pick up at my store in Kent, CT.

48 Hour approval. Buyer pays return shipping. No returns on vintage amps.