FENDER USA 50TH Ann's Jaguar 62 " Candy Apple Red + Rosewood" (2012)


Fender's Jaguar was once the top of the line model and is still loved by surfers, punkers, rockers and just about anyone that can appreciate cool looks and tone. This year marks the Jaguar's 50th Anniversary and Fender has saw fit to introduce this very special guitar. Everything you love about a Jag with some very cool player oriented improvements. Bigger frets for easy bends, revised neck angle for stability and hot pickups are some of the refinements on this model. Made in the USA, the specs are top notch. The body is alder for snappy tone and light weight. The 24 inch scale maple neck features a 9.5 inch radius rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets as well as snazzy binding and block inlays. Two special design Hot American Jaguar single coils dish out retro tone. Jag vibrato, adjustable bridge and Kluson style tuners keep it rock solid. The finish is a gorgeous Candy Apple Red nitro lacquer. This finish is just like the expensive Custom Shop instruments and replicates the look and feel of the original vintage guitar.

This is a great playing and sounding Jag. The 60s C shaped neck is very comfortable and the medium jumbo frets make for easy bends. A great feeling and sounding guitar. It shows light play-wear in the form of surface/clearcoat swirls. The original owner unfortunatley left the strap mechanism on too tight so there is a rubbed area near the bottom strap pin. Comes in original hard shell case with a pile of case candy.

This is a killer guitar with awesome vibe. Hard to find nowadays.


  • Specifications

    Serial Number: US12201287

    Time of Manufacture: 2012

    Place of Manufacture: Corona California, USA

    Neck Profile: 60's C Shape Neck Profile

    Fret Condition: No Fret Wear

    Weight: 8.2 Pounds

    Action: Professionally set-up Low action 10's

    Overall Condition: "Very Good Condition"

    Colour: Candy Apple Red

    Originality: 100% Original

    Dings, Scratches, other: It shows light play-wear in the form of surface/clear-coat swirls. The original owner unfortunately left the strap mechanism on too tight so there is a rubbed area near the bottom strap pin..