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Fender Offset & Other Guitars
What's the difference in all these models? Read on!
The most legendary Fender offset model, the Jazzmaster has been a staple in the Fender lineup since 1958. With a wide variety of options available, any player can find a Jazzmaster that suites them well.
The Fender Jaguar is another classic offset model in the Fender lineup. Featuring a 24” scale length, this model is one of the few with a scale length that gives it a unique sound and is often preferred by players with smaller hands. Typically outfitted with single coils or humbuckers, the Jaguar is as versatile as it is popular.
Similar to its sibling Jaguar, the Fender Mustang is another offset that debuted in the 60’s and experienced a renaissance in the 90’s with the onset of grunge. This is the second model in the Fender lineup that boasts a 24” scale length. Often outfitted with single coils or humbuckers, the Mustang is as versatile as it is popular.
A semi-hollowbody throwback to the mid-late sixties. The Fender Coronado features Fideli’Tron pickups, a maple body with an alder center block, and binding on the body and fretboard.
The legend from the mid-late 70’s has returned to the Fender lineup. The Starcaster features an offset, semi-hollow maple body with an alder center block, Fender Wide Range humbuckers, and a maple fretboard and neck.