The most expensive kid in its class in 1967, the Jaguar was the Fender that had all the bells and whistles. With its 24" scale, 22 frets, and two single coils pickups, these surf machines combined the slinkiness of Gibson guitars with the fluid nature of the Fender tremolo. These guitars into any amp with reverb is one of the iconic sounds of the 60’s and begs for the vibrato bar.
This player grade 1967 Fender Jaguar oozes vibe and has the playability to match. The body shows honest wear and has aged nicely over the past 56 years. In addition, the headstock shows some awesome checking and the original three tone sunburst is top notch and still looking wonderful.
The pickups sound excellent and are everything a good 60’s Fender single coil should be. The bridge and vibrato are super stable and continue to hold tune great.
The frets still have life and this instrument is playing wonderfully after a recent Plek set-up. The 60’s medium C neck is uber comfortable and is one you’re going to want to play for hours. The inlay at the 19th fret looks to have been replaced but all the other inlays look original and really compliment the rosewood fingerboard.
If you’re looking for a gig ready Jaguar with plenty of vintage mojo, this is the one. We at BMC are smitten with this one and know you will be too.
Plenty of internal shots are available by request. If you have questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, we’re here to help you find your dream guitar!
Serial No. 217377 - December 15th, 1967
(2) Fender Single Coil Pickups
Original Fender Tuners
Original Fender Bridge and Vibrato
Original Hardshell Case