Guitar Center are pummelling down prices on guitars this Black Friday. You can now bag this cool Fender Squier Classic Vibe ‘70s Jaguar in Daphne Blue finish for only $389.99 (opens in new tab). That’s a $90 saving on the regular price of $479.99.
Featuring a shorter 24” scale length the Jaguar is prized for it’s tight, percussive rear/bridge pickup tone and rounder front/neck pickup sound. Twinned with some tasty reverb and tremolo it defines the sound of surf rock.
This Squier Classic Vibe ‘70s Jaguar boasts Fender-designed proprietary single-coil alnico pickups augmented by dynamic Lead and Rhythm circuits for a broad range of tones. A vintage-style vibrato system allows for some gentle expressive touches – great for both chords and melodies.
Fender Squier Jaguar:
$479.99, Now $389.99 (opens in new tab)
In this fantastic Black Friday deal at Guitar Center you can save a massive $90 on the price of a Fender Squier Classic Vibe '70s Jaguar in limited-edition Daphne Blue finish. This guitar has all the vintage-style appointments that made the Jag so popular when it was released in the early ‘60s, including Lead and Rhythm pickup circuits, short 24” scale length, and smooth action vibrato system.
Introduced in 1962 during the surf-rock era the Fender Jaguar remained at the top of Fender’s pricelist for many years. In 1966, Fender replaced the dot fretboard inlays with blocks and this stylish ‘70s Jag has that unique look.
Re-popularized in the ‘90s when it became an instrument of choice for the likes of Kurt Cobain on John Frusciante the Jaguar has re-emerged as a stone cold classic Fender design.
Fender’s Classic Vibe range makes rare, vintage electric guitar (opens in new tab) designs such as this easily available without the hefty price tag of an original vintage instrument.
If you’re looking for more great deals like this then check out our Black Friday Guitar Deals page where you can browse hot bargains on all kinds of guitar-related products.
Rod Brakes is a music writer with an expertise in all things guitar-related. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a journalist covering artists, industry pros and gear includes writing hundreds of articles and features for the likes of Guitarist, Total Guitar, Guitar World, Guitar Player and MusicRadar, as well as contributions for specialist books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.
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