Fender Special Edition Jaguar Baritone Custom
Fender Special Edition Jaguar Baritone Custom

Special Edition Jaguar Baritone Custom, Elektrische Solidbody Gitarre mit 7/8 Mensur oder Baritongitarre from Fender in the Jaguar Japan series.

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moosers 13/06/2010

Fender Special Edition Jaguar Baritone Custom: Produktbewertung von moosers (content in English)


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The Fender Jaguar Bass VI Custom Baritone is a unique guitar that is unlike any other that I’ve got experience with. This is a baritone guitar, but not in the traditional sense. Instead, it’s got the same six string make up as a standard guitar, but all of the strings are an octave lower. So what you get is somewhere in between a guitar, a baritone guitar, and a bass guitar, which is really cool! I don’t know how many other different versions of the VI have been made out there, but I’ve only used this one that is made up like Jaguar with two single coil pick ups.


Playing the Fender Jaguar Bass VI Custom Baritone guitar actually takes some time to get used to. Being that I’m primarily a guitar player, the thicker strings on the same type standard guitar neck is definitely an interesting feel. It isn’t as fluid feeling as a baritone guitar in my opinion, but this could simply be because I’ve got more experience playing baritone guitars rather than this one. Other than getting used to the much thicker strings, everything else about the way the guitar feels isn’t out of the ordinary.


To go along with the unique feel of the Fender Jaguar Bass VI Custom Baritone guitar is definitely a unique sound. It’s hard to describe the sound of this guitar, but it’s definitely somewhere in between a standard electric guitar, a baritone guitar, and a bass guitar. The situations that I’ve used this guitar in has been for texture purposes and not really as a main component of a song, but I’m definitely eager to experiment with the guitar a bit more to see what other sorts of sounds are possible with this guitar.


I don’t know too much about the origins of this guitar, but the whole Bass VI idea I think is a really great one. This isn’t an essential guitar to have around by any stretch, but it’s always cool to get a fresh sound with a twist on a familiar instrument. I’m not sure what kind of price this guitar commands, or how easy it would even be to get your hands on one, but if you’re ever able to play one I’d definitely recommend experiencing it.