Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar OT


Electric Guitar

  • Body: Alder
  • Bolt-on neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Pau Ferro
  • Neck profile: Vintage C
  • Fretboard inlays: White dots
  • 22 Frets
  • Synthetic bone nut
  • Nut width: 42 mm (1.65")
  • Fretboard radius: 184 mm (7.25")
  • 4 Ply tortoiseshell pickguard
  • Pickups: 2 Vintage Style Jaguar Single Coils
  • Lead Circuit / Rhythm Circuit switch on the upper body horn
  • Lead Circuit: Volume and Master tone controls
  • Rhythm Circuit: Thumbwheels for volume and tone control of the neck sampler
  • 3 Slide switches: Neck Pickup On / Off - Bridge Pickup On / Off - Normal / Low Cut
  • Jaguar Bridge with Mustang Saddle and Vintage Style Floating Tremolo Tailpiece
  • Nickel / chrome hardware
  • Vintage style machine heads
  • Strings: Fender USA 250L NPS .009 - .042 (article no. 133191)
  • Colour: Ocean Turquoise
  • Gig bag included
available since July 2019
Item number 467989
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Color Turquoise
Soundboard Alder
Neck Maple
Fretboard Pau Ferro
Frets 22
Scale 610 mm
Pickup System SS
Tremolo Yes
Incl. Case No
Incl. Gigbag Yes
Design Jaguar
Top None
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Such a poor quality and disgraceful service
Anonymous 23.10.2022
I bought this guitar and played it probably for an hour. After a couple of times playing it, the bridge just collapsed on one side. I did read already that some people prefer to change the bridge of this guitar, but I couldn't imagine I would have problems with it after such a short amount of time.

The luthier I usually take my guitar to, said that he thinks the problem it's due to the poor costruction quality of the bridge which in fact, was also a bit loose. I decided to write to Thomann to explain what my problem was, attached videos and pictures of it and they told me to send the guitar back to them.

I did it and they didn't even put the bridge back in place, so basically they didn't even touch it, and they provided me an allen key(??). Wait, they did touch the guitar, because it came back with 4 or 5 very deep scratches on the back. When I asked to the customer service how it could be possible, they basicly replied that I might have been the one doing those scratches, for some reason(??)

What happened just shocked me, so I recommend everyone not to buy this guitar on Thomann but in a physical store. The guitar is alright, but the problems with the bridge are well known, so that is better to have a store to take it back to, in case. Thomann might be such a big company, but just behaved like a business ran by two or three people and I'll definitely never buy from them again.


Nice features, came in with scratches on the headstock
MGCaste 21.04.2021
+ Many tonal possibilities
+ Sound is good
- but had some buzzing at the bridge, even at quite some high action.
+ Nice colour - although a bit different from what is shown on the picture, more greenish turquoise.
- Came in with some unevennesses on the headstock, which is a pity for this price.


Pretty neat
ayyyy lmao 19.06.2020
the controls could be a bit intimidating at first but a quick youtube video will clear all confusions up. The only thing someone should be careful are the the the guitar is restrung. It's quite different from what i'm used to to so i kinda did a big oof and wasted one new pair of strings before i figured out how it works. long story short don't cut too much of the string. Another than that i'm very happy with looks, sound and feel.


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JulienPe 15.01.2022
Une jaguar dans l'esprit 60'. Dès son arrivée, on branche, reverb à fond et on actionne le vibrato... magique.
Elle possède une jolie finition, une lutherie soignée.
Le touche qui n'est pas en palissandre est un peu terne et froide, elle mérite peut être qu'on lui applique un peu d'huile de citron.
Le manche en C vintage au vernis agréable est confortable, tout comme son diapason.
Les configurations de micros demandent un peu de pratique, il y a beaucoup de commutateurs et de potards, le Low Cut ne me semble pas indispensable, son effet n'étant pas trop probant.
Les micros mériteraient aussi un peu plus de chaleur. Ils sont agréables en Clean, un peu moins charmeurs avec de la saturation.
La guitare conserve l'accord même si on joue abusivement du vibrato, un vrai plaisir. Le bras de vibrato en tournant dans son axe fait le bruit d'un moulin à café un peu grippé. C'est vintage à souhait.... parfait pour de la Noise... moins quand on joue pas trop fort chez soi.
La guitare est livrée montée avec du 9-42, peut être un light... à tester avec un tirant plus costaud pour retrouver des basses plus profondes.
Une vraie belle guitare, attachante. C'est ma deuxième Vintera et je trouve cette série vraiment bien réalisée.