The Jaguar was first designed by Fender in 1962 and was produced for 13 years before the line was discontinued. Thanks to indie rock musicians' love of the vintage instruments, it was brought back by popular demand in 1999. Since then, they've released several variations under the Vintage Modified
range, and this is the latest to hit the shelves.
Shaped like the Jazz Bass model with smaller shoulders, and retaining that instrument's famous hard-edged growl, the Jaguar special has added versatility thanks to the combination of Precision and Jazz pickups, though its controls are not as complex as other Jaguar models.
The short scale neck is particularly good for young players, but has also made it popular with adults as the smaller reach and thinner fingerboard make it extremely easy to play. Exact engineering from the expert designers has made sure that the intonation is still perfect despite the change in string length.
Here's a short example of the Jaguar short scale model in action:
Colours available are black, red, and silver, and Allen keys needed for advanced setup and fine tuning are included in the box. See more info
for full guitar specifications.