Fender debuted the Jaguar model in 1962 as the next jewel in the offset line. The Jaguar featured a slightly modified version of the Jazzmaster’s offset body, proprietary shielded single coil pickups, a rhythm/lead circuit with bass cut switch, a new “Fender Mute” bridge mute and the Jazzmaster’s tremolo and bridge system. Factory left-handed Fender guitars were made in very low quantities and are exceptionally difficult to find.
This left handed 1970 Fender Jaguar has been played a lot but remains largely original and in good structural condition. All parts appear to be original to the guitar except for a few bridge screws. It shows lots of fret wear but is in playable condition. These lefty Fender Jaguars were made in such low quantities that Fender didn’t make a logo for them!