Up for sale, a 2017 Fender Classic Player Jaguar Special HH, near mint and in perfect working order. A decidedly modern spin on the Jaguar platform, the HH features a pair of Enforcer humbuckers, medium jumbo fretwire on a 9 1/2" radius fretboard, and reimagined switching.
Tonewoods include an alder body, maple neck, and thick slab rosewood fingerboard for a clear, balanced acoustic tone that translates well through the humbuckers. Switching on the lower body horn differs from a traditional Jaguar with a two-way Master Kill on/off switch, and the two rollers are dedicated to each humbucker, offering a blend between full humbucker and single coil tones. It's an extremely versatile and ingenious use of these controls, and everything from single coil sparkle to thick humbucker crunch can be achieved with a flip of a switch. The guitar weighs 8lbs 12oz, professionally setup here at Mike & Mike's Guitar Bar with 11-49 strings, low action, and accurate intonation.
The maple neck has a medium C-shaped profile carve with full shoulders in every register, measuring .830" deep at the 1st fret and .905" at the 12th. The slab rosewood fretboard has a modern 9 1/2" radius for effortless bending, and the medium jumbo fretwire is flawless. The guitar plays easily up the 24" scale with a straight neck and responsive, optimally adjusted truss rod. The nut measures 1.650" in width (42mm), and the headstock features Kluson-style tuners that turn smoothly and hold pitch well, with an MX17-prefix serial that dates the instrument to 2017 and notes production at Fender's Ensenada, Mexico factory.
All of the electronics function as intended, and hardware includes an Adjusto-Matic bridge and vibrato tailpiece with screw-in arm and gleaming chrome plating. Plastics include the glossy deep red tortoise pickguard, along with a pair of vintage-style knobs. Cosmetic wear on the Olympic White gloss finish is limited to just a few tiny nicks on the body as a whole. The gloss finish on the neck profile is flawless.
A gigbag is included.