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NAMM 2015: Fender Road Worn 60s Jaguar Electric Guitar Revealed
This guitar looks and feels like it has more than a few miles on it, perfect for players who appreciate the broken-in look and vibe.
The Candy Apple Red finish has been worn through to the wood, the hardware has been lightly rusted, the neck has been bruised and the plastic parts appear to be yellowing, giving the Road Worn 60s Jaguar that authentically aged vibe without spending decades on the road.
This new release from Fender will take you back to the 60s with a pair of American Vintage ’65 pickups and period specific hardware.
The 4 switches, 2 tone wheels and 2 control knobs offer a wide range of sounds to choose from, while the separate volume and tone wheels for the neck pickup help cut down on the need for guitar changes on stage.
By Liz Cage
Posted on 27 Jan 2015 14:49 to category : Instruments News
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