What is Jaguar about this?
Mahogany body, no pickguard, two P90 pickups, controls are three point toggle selector and pot only. Bridge is TOM and jack is ship shape.
The body shape and 24" scale neck are definitely Jaguar. The shape of the body and the 24-inch scale neck are Jaguar.
And it's sold as Fender Mexico, though it's supervised by Fender USA, but it's crafted in China.
I thought I wanted to try it, but when I tried it, I found it was surprisingly good for the price, so I bought it.
The see-through red paint is also nice.
I like the see-through red paint job and the fact that it's easy to change guitars since my main guitar is a 24" scale.
As of this writing, it's only been a few months since I bought it, so I don't know yet, but I'm thinking of changing the pegs to Magnum locks if it's going to be around for a long time.
I have not played many P-90 equipped guitars, so I cannot compare it with others, but I have the impression that it has a solid sound.
By the way, I heard that many guitars are poorly built.
45,800 yen (at time of purchase)
Modern Player MP-90