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Fender Traditional 60s Jaguar Black w/ Gold Guard, Ishibashi FSR w/ Hangtags

Fender Traditional 60s Jaguar Black w/ Gold Guard, Ishibashi FSR w/ Hangtags


Beautiful looking Jaguar from Fender Japan. It's a 2022 Fender Traditional 60s Jaguar in mint condition and in perfect working order, complete with the original hangtags and gigbag. A FSR (Factory Special Run) example made exclusively for Japanese guitar retailer Ishibashi, this Jaguar features a alder body with gloss Piano Black finish, anodized gold pickguard, black plastics, medium jumbo fretwire and a Buzz Stop. Only offered within Japan and virtually unseen outside its country of origin, this Jaguar was sourced brand new direct from Tokyo. This ltd run had some really nice appointments including redesigned black bobbin pickups (Fender V mod) with a more vintage-correct wind, as well as USA-made CTS pots, Switchcraft switches, and USA Fender plastic parts.  Some nice tonewoods were used for this one including a great looking dense & dark rosewood fingerboard with some dark/light streaking and a 7.25 radius. Very nice maple grain on the tinted maple neck & headstock too. Really resonant when unplugged and feels great to play. Structurally and electrically sound. Neck dead straight, truss rod fine, no wear in the frets. Weight is 3.8kg. No breaks, or repairs. It is super clean with no notable blemishes. Any little white spots on the body you can see are just light reflection. Complete with correct fender branded gig bag, tremolo arm and all Fender docs. A really cool Fender MIJ traditional 60’s Jag. This FSR run has now ended.  

At Gas Station Guitars we carefully hand-select all our guitars and refuse a lot more than we accept, if they don’t blow us away on all fronts, we just don’t put them in our shop; if it’s for sale by Gas Station Guitars, you know it’d gonna be pretty special.  All pictures are of actual guitars, all guitars are in hand and we do not use stock photos. NOT FOR TRADE or part exchange, thanks. We ship worldwide to the USA, E.U, Europe, Canada, Australia, Japan and of course the UK.

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