Here we have a 1990s Fender Jaguar that’s sort of an unofficial “Roadworn” model. This one is made in Japan rather than Mexico, and it’s earned its roadworn look through good honest playing and perhaps a bit of home relic’ing. It’s in good playing condition and has a number of nice modfications which are called out below. Cosmetically, it’s a bit rough, but still has a cool vibe, kind of like a hard-livin’, hard-drinkin’ musician that plays his heart out for you at the local pub.
Basic Specs: Original Nickel vintage-style tuners. 1 5/8 inch newer Bone nut. Maple neck with a 24 inch scale length. Neck depth of .78 inches at the first fret and .91 inches at the twelfth fret. Rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets and a 7.25 inch radius. Duncan Quarter Pound pickups have been installed and they sound very good. New Allparts Mustang bridge with original tailpiece. Missing its trem arm. Replaced 3-ply Tortoise-style pickguard. Candy Apple Red body and matching headstock is deep and rich. The 3 mini-switches on the bass side upper bout have been replaced with a three-way switch.
This is a definite players grade guitar but it’s totally gig-worthy and has lots of useful mods. Comes with a gig bag and whole ton of mojo.
Model: MIJ Jaguar
Color: Candy Apple Red with Matching Headstock
Case: Gig Bag
Weight: 8 pounds 8 ounces
Condition: Fair to Good (with lots of playwear and mods)
Modifications: Replaced Bone nut; Replaced Duncan pickups; replaced Mustang bridge; Replaced pickguard; rewired with toggle replacing mini-switches
Comments: MIJ Jaguar with ready-to-gig mods and fully set up in-house.