Fender Jaguar

The Fender Jaguar was first introduced in 1962 as Fender's feature laden top of the line model designed to tempt players away from Gibson. The Fender Jaguar guitar is distinguished by its offset waist body, unusual switching system which has two circuits for lead and rhythm each with separate controls. Although it didn't sell as well as their Stratocaster and Telecaster models, the Fender Jaguar became popular on the surf scene and later with alternative and indie rock musicians, notably Kurt Cobain of Nirvana and Jonny Marr of The Smiths.

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