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Hiscox STD-EJAG Standard Electric Case (Jaguar/Jagstang type)

Hiscox STD-EJAG Standard Electric Case (Jaguar/Jagstang type)

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Fender Player Jaguar Tidepool PF

Fender Player Jaguar Tidepool PF

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Fender Player Jaguar Black PF

Fender Player Jaguar Black PF

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Fender Player Jaguar 3-Color Sunburst PF

Fender Player Jaguar 3-Color Sunburst PF

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Fender Player Jaguar Bass Tidepool Maple Fingerboard

Fender Player Jaguar Bass Tidepool Maple Fingerboard

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Fender Player Jaguar Bass Capri Orange Pau Ferro Fingerboard

Fender Player Jaguar Bass Capri Orange Pau Ferro Fingerboard

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Fender Kurt Cobain Jaguar RW 3 Colour Sunburst NOS

Fender Kurt Cobain Jaguar RW 3 Colour Sunburst NOS

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Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar 3-Color Sunburst PF

Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar 3-Color Sunburst PF

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Fender Johnny Marr Jaguar RW Olympic White

Fender Johnny Marr Jaguar RW Olympic White

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Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar Ocean Turquoise PF

Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar Ocean Turquoise PF

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Fender Kurt Cobain Jaguar LH RW 3 Colour Sunburst NOS

Fender Kurt Cobain Jaguar LH RW 3 Colour Sunburst NOS

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Fender American Original 60s Jaguar Surf Green

Fender American Original 60s Jaguar Surf Green

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Fender American Original 60s Jaguar 3 Tone Sunburst

Fender American Original 60s Jaguar 3 Tone Sunburst

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Fender Johnny Marr Jaguar RW Metallic KO

Fender Johnny Marr Jaguar RW Metallic KO

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Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar Modified HH Sonic Blue PF

Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar Modified HH Sonic Blue PF

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Fender American Original 60s Jaguar Daphne Blue RW

Fender American Original 60s Jaguar Daphne Blue RW

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Fender Player Jaguar Capri Orange PF

Fender Player Jaguar Capri Orange PF

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Fender Player Jaguar Bass Silver Maple Fingerboard

Fender Player Jaguar Bass Silver Maple Fingerboard

£599.00 £649.00
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Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar Modified HH Surf Green PF

Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar Modified HH Surf Green PF

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Fender Troy Sanders Jaguar Bass Rosewood Fingerboard Silverburst

Fender Troy Sanders Jaguar Bass Rosewood Fingerboard Silverburst

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Fender Made In Japan Traditional 60s Jaguar Lake Placid Blue Rosewood Fingerboard

Fender Made In Japan Traditional 60s Jaguar Lake Placid Blue Rosewood Fingerboard

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About Fender Jaguar

The Fender Jaguar is one of Fender's best loved and biggest selling electric guitars designs. The Jaguar was introduced in 1962 as a successor to the previous decade's Stratocaster. It was designed as a guitar for the surf generation. Since then it has become a favourite of indie, grunge and alternative rock bands who want to create their own sound, made possible with the Jaguar's unique set of controls and circuits.

The Jaguar's switching options make it a great choice for those who like to experiment with sounds. This is one of the reasons it is now more popular than ever before. One famous user is ex-guitarist of The Smiths, Johnny Marr, who has his own signature model. Many players enjoy the feel of the shorter 24" scale length. The tremolo is a great feature for adding expression to playing. A bass variant, the Fender Jaguar Bass, is also a firm favourite.

Today, the Fender Jaguar is available in many different forms. This adds even more choice for guitarists seeking to find their own sound. These include models at a number of price points across the American Pro, Vintera and Player Series.

What Makes The Fender Jaguar Different?

  • Inspired by the surf era
  • Known for its 'offset' body
  • Slightly shorter scale length than other Fender models
  • Especially popular for indie and alternative rock due to the switching options
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Fender Jaguar

    Question: What do the switches on a Fender Jaguar do?
    The typical Fender Jaguar has two completely separate circuits: rhythm and lead (treble). When in lead mode, both pickups can be used and only the bottom controls work . In rhythm mode, only the rhythm pickup (neck) is used and is changed using the controls at the top. The controls are a variety of pickup on/off switches, tone controls and also a mid-tone cut control, known as a 'strangle' switch. While it may appear confusing at first, it is actually relatively straight forward once you get used to it.
    Question: Where are Fender Jaguars made?
    The Jaguars in the various American ranges are crafted at Fender's factory in Corona, Californa, USA. The Mexican made models such as the Vintera and the Player Series are produced in Ensenada, Mexico. Guitars from both factories are extremely well made.
    Question: How much is a Fender Jaguar?
    The Jaguar is available in a number of the Fender series. At the most affordable end, the Player Series offers a great introduction to this model. The Vintera costs a little more and has a more traditional approach. The American models cost more but have excellent quality construction and components, making them worth the extra money for many.
    Question: Who plays a Fender Jaguar?
    Some of the notable players include Johnny Marr, Kurt Cobain, John Frusciante, Graham Cox, PJ Harvey and Thurston Moore. As you can probably tell from these names, The Fender Jaguar certainly found a home in indie and alternative rock music.