Very Rare Old Lake Placid Blue Fender Jaguar HH Special CIJ R-Serial 2002-04 wit

Very Rare Old Lake Placid Blue Fender Jaguar HH Special CIJ R-Serial 2002-04 wit

£1,395.00Price

Here's a very cool factory Old Lake Placid Blue Fender Jaguar HH with matching headstock. We’ve probably sold well over 100 Japanese Fender HH Specials, and this is only the second we have ever had or seen in Old Lake Placid Blue. We’ve had a couple Lake Placid Blues over the years but never an OLB. It’s a CIJ R-Serial built between 2004-2005. It has an alder body with vintage spec 7.25 radius rosewood fingerboard. The amber maple neck shows some nice grain and down & feels very great to play. It still has its factory fitted dragster humbuckers which immense together. It retails the original factory fitted cream 3-ply pickguard which looks cool against the OLB finish. Straight neck, truss rod fine, plenty of life left in the frets. Weight is good at 3.9kg. No issues whatsoever either electrically or structurally. No modifications, repairs etc. It has plenty of vintage looking wear and actually looks all the better for it with a nice relic feel. Bumps and scuffs are the order of the day, most notable a little rough patch of wear at the bass of the neck (pics). It also has replacement knobs. A beautifully built Jag from Fender Japan. Complete with period correct original padded gig bag, that for once has all zips working. If you are looking for a rare factory colour HH Special Jag then you won't find a better built machine than this Japanese beauty. Rare Fender Japan models like this make a great future investment as production increasingly shifts to Mexico. 

 

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’s gonna be pretty special.  All pictures are of the actual guitars, we do not use stock photos. NOT FOR TRADE or part exchange, thanks. We ship to the E.U, Europe, U.S, Canada, Australia, NZ and of course the UK.