Alone among Fender's four main guitar models, the chromed-out, switched-bedecked Jaguar is a child of the '60s rather than the '50s. Originally intended as the top-of-the-line guitar, it has traveled its own unexpectedly remarkable path, from waves of surf and instrumental rock in the '60s to snarling punk and angular post-punk in the '70s and '80s to legions of devotees in many genres and subgenres from the '90s onward.

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