1990's Fernandes JG-55 Jaguar Style Offset w/Telecaster Bridge
Made in the 1990's by a Japanese company that's been making guitars since the early 70's, the JG-55 was their take on a modernised Jaguar.
Featuring a full 648mm scale length maple neck with 22 frets on a rosewood fingerboard, these have a basswood body and weigh 3.4kg's. One of the best features of these is the string-through Telecaster style bridge, giving more stability than the iffy Jaguar tremolo system.
Stratocaster style single coil in the neck position and a humbucker in the bridge with master volume and tone knobs and a three-way toggle give plenty of variation and makes the guitar perfect for a range of genres.
Good overall condition with a few small dings as pictured, strung and set up prior to listing. Frets have plenty of life and the neck plays smooth. Has an aged sparkle green finish that is now silvered to a more subtle finish.
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