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Fender Kurt Cobain Road Worn Jaguar LH
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Fender Kurt Cobain Road Worn Jaguar LH

Left-Handed Electric Guitar from Fender belonging to the Jaguar series.

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valemtymesvalemtymes

A versatile jaguar

Fender Kurt Cobain Road Worn Jaguar LHPublished on 02/05/13 at 09:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Mexiquaine guitar custom shop but worthy of U.S.
The bridge is a bridge jaguar vibrato blocking
Fender jaguar neck
So we have 2 humbuckers a Di marzio super distortion bridge and a PAF 3positions selector handle plus a swich which I used to kill swich tone volume adjustment

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice access to the latest boxes not terrible but it is not Jackson is the weight is balanced on a good sound quickly obtien yes

SOUNDS

I play classic rock grunge punk rock rocknroll psychedelic rock blues jazz sounds we obtain the very fenderiens cleans his very thick bridge pickup with 2 mics together we get a good sound for the rhythm well balanced sound obtien is saturated......
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Mexiquaine guitar custom shop but worthy of U.S.
The bridge is a bridge jaguar vibrato blocking
Fender jaguar neck
So we have 2 humbuckers a Di marzio super distortion bridge and a PAF 3positions selector handle plus a swich which I used to kill swich tone volume adjustment

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice access to the latest boxes not terrible but it is not Jackson is the weight is balanced on a good sound quickly obtien yes

SOUNDS

I play classic rock grunge punk rock rocknroll psychedelic rock blues jazz sounds we obtain the very fenderiens cleans his very thick bridge pickup with 2 mics together we get a good sound for the rhythm well balanced sound obtien is saturated very rich and sends the sending wood super distortion really well. The I used a Marshall and orange lamps for repettes and VHT Special 6 for boss pedal home with DS2 CH1 CS3. MXR phase 90 and also and still others I have ten I love all the sounds

OVERALL OPINION

Since its release I had booked on the first left-handed Woodbrass
I also have a fender strat and tele which I used as well. What I like most: his mouth, the reliquage, finally have a jaguar in the left leg. For 1300 € I would do this choice
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marcel cerdanmarcel cerdan

I love

Fender Kurt Cobain Road Worn Jaguar LHPublished on 04/04/12 at 02:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Mexican manufacturing but worthy of a U.S.
For technical characteristics fender look at the site
Very good finishes
Nothing bad except that the knobs as fenders are very very bad. My telecaster to the same problem, they should be changed by a good luthier

UTILIZATION

It was a very good handle, very enjoyable to play
The weight is nice as a fender .. not too heavy ..... this is not an SG
The volume pot is split oddly placed but it is a jaguard
The sound is excellent, a little serious for the neck pickup ...
The dynamics of the bridge pickup is excellent .. but too much treble.

SOUNDS

Versatile, with a preference for big sounds ..... attention this is not a lespaul......
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Mexican manufacturing but worthy of a U.S.
For technical characteristics fender look at the site
Very good finishes
Nothing bad except that the knobs as fenders are very very bad. My telecaster to the same problem, they should be changed by a good luthier

UTILIZATION

It was a very good handle, very enjoyable to play
The weight is nice as a fender .. not too heavy ..... this is not an SG
The volume pot is split oddly placed but it is a jaguard
The sound is excellent, a little serious for the neck pickup ...
The dynamics of the bridge pickup is excellent .. but too much treble.

SOUNDS

Versatile, with a preference for big sounds ..... attention this is not a lespaul nor active pickups, he puts a good fuzz pedal or even the crunch of my amp (vox accx15) and it sounds on.
I mainly play with my line6 HD500

OVERALL OPINION

For a left have a good view a very good guitar at this price it is rare ..... and more .... a jaguar signature does not matter. it is beautiful it sounds ... what else?
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Kurt Cobain Road Worn Jaguar LH
  • Series: Jaguar
  • Category: Left-Handed Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/15/2011

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