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Fender Player Jaguar Tidepool Pau Ferro Fingerboard

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Fender’s Player Series is a fresh update of their most beloved models for today’s contemporary guitarist. The Player Series replaces the Mexican Standard Series and brings with it a host of exciting new features. Each Player Series guitar features 22 frets, new colours, a newly designed neck carve and upgraded pickups. Whatever style you play, you’ll be sure to find a favourite amongst the raft of new models available.

For the Player Series, the Jaguar has enjoyed a thorough re-appraisal, with a fantastic new Player Jaguar bringing plenty of versatility and potential to the range.

So, compared with a regular Fender jaguar, what is different here? Well, quite a lot to be honest! To begin with, you’ll find a Player Series humbucking pickup at the bridge position, joined by a more traditional single coil at the neck. The extra power available here is useful (and in a lot of cases, necessary) to modern players who need more chunk and sustain. The top horn contains a coil split switch to thin this back out to more recognisable Jaguar dimensions.

Speaking of the top horn, Jaguar fans will notice the lack of switches and control: the electronics have been slimmed down. The Player Jaguar has dispensed with the dual-circuit formula of traditional Jaguars to focus on providing more easily accessible sounds. On this subject, the Player Jag has also earned a 5-way blade switch for selecting pickups. This method is definitely more mainstream that the idiosyncratic Jaguar switching of old, and puts a wealth of tones right at your fingertips.

Other changes include a re-rendered body shape (more vintage correct) and that extra fret, with a 9.5” Fender-standard radius fingerboard that everybody gets on with. The scale length is still 24” though, and the tremolo is still Fender’s distinctive offset design found on Jaguars and Jazzmasters. These means that, a few changes aside, this still feels very much like a Jaguar. Good! Surely that’s the whole point? Jaguar fans love them for those reasons and Fender understand that.

This Jaguar is finished in Tidepool, with a contrasting Black pickguard. Alternative music fans everywhere will love this up-to-date reworking of their favourite Fender.

Specification

Body Alder
Neck Maple
Neck Shape Modern C
Fingerboard Pau Ferro
Scale 24"
Radius 9.5"
Frets 22 Medium Jumbo
Nut Synthetic Bone
Nut Width 1.650"
Pickups Player Series Alnico 3 Jaguar Humbucker Bridge, Player Series Alnico 2 Jaguar Single Coil Neck
Controls Master Volume, Master Tone, 3 Position Blade
Bridge 6 Saddle Vintage Style Adjustable with Floating Tremolo Tailpiece
Tuners Standard Cast/Sealed

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4.6/5 (5 reviews)

Fret work was nice and the action was spot on.I changed the tuners for locking ones.Pickups sound better than a lot of MIM Fenders I?ve owned.Strings still pop out of the grooves in the saddles.The finish is nice and the quality of the workmanship is good No gig bag or case with the guitar so your going to have to budget for that. Overall a nice guitar but you might want to replace the bridge.

Rachel T. - 24/10/2021

Great guitar I?ve fallen in love with it. The only thing that?s a little annoying is the bridge I may change to a mustang bridge.

William J. - 7/9/2021

Alan P. - 19/7/2021

Beautiful guitar, plays like a dream

Richard C. - 27/3/2021

Gary S. - 8/9/2020

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