What you are looking at, is a beautiful, 1965 Fender Jaguar. She is bone stock, parts-wise and even down to the solder joints, It's in stunning condition, as well as perfect playing order.It comes with the original hardcase, body guard, strap, and polish cloth.
When it came to us, the finish touch-ups, and chip cover-ups, all around the edges of the top of the body were already done, and the body guard was still installed...and had been for decades. We carefully removed the body guard, but like all the vintage body guards, the foam used around the edges of the guard reacted negatively with the finish on the sides of the body. So we took it to a well-known, local, lutheir, Paul Stroh (who really is more of a wizard than a luthier), and had him work his magic to clean up the body. The sides now are clean and smooth, with zero deteriorated foam residue remaining, and you can barely see where the foam had adhered itself to the finish.
The back of the neck has some honest finish wear down the center, that goes from the nut to the 3rd fret. No dents or impressions in the beck of the neck at all. The frets show some wear, mainly in the first and second position, but they cause zero buzzing issues and have plenty of life left.
Features a very unqiue neck, an unusual birdseye maple neck, and has a bound rosewood fretboard with pearl dot inlays.
The back of the body is super clean! As one would expect with the fact it had a body guard was left on for decades.
The pickups read 6.06k for the bridge, and 6.03k for the neck.
Has a 1 5/8" nut width, 24" scale length, and weighs 8 pounds 15 ounces.