|Comments||We’ve searched for some time for a Jaguar we were comfortable with, and Fender’s new Johnny Marr version looks like it! The Marr Jaguar is a little lower output, brighter and janglier than the traditional, full-vintage Jaguar – and the controls are friendlier! It’s just as comfortable as the original model, with a few other subtle improvements like nylon inserts in the bridge posts to help promote tuning stability, and Mustang style saddles rather than the original threaded-rod Jaguar saddles.|
|Serial Number||This example is V206427, built 2012 in USA.|
|Pricing||$2189.99 CAD with case.|
|Neck||Maple neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard, dot markers, vintage-style trussrod. 24″ scale length, 1.65″ nut width, 7.25″ fingerboard radius. ‘Johnny Marr’ signature decal on headstock, mid-60′s style Fender decal.|
|Frets||22 Vintage narrow frets.|
|Body||Alder body, offset with contours.|
|Finish||Lacquer finish – clear on the neck and this example is Olympic White|
|Hardware/electronics||hrome Kluson-style tuners, Jaguar bridge with Mustang saddles, vintage style floating trem tailpiece with lock.
Custom wound Bare Knuckle ‘Johnny Marr’ pickups. Master volume, Master tone, 4-position switch giving series/parallel when both pickups are on. The two slider switches are for brightness – one overall and one for the blade switch 4th position.
|Playability/Action||Plays very nicely. The shorter (24″) scale keeps things from being a reach but it doesn’t feel too short. This guitar can be easily set up for any player’s requirements.|
|Case||Fender case included. Vintage syle strap included in case!|
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