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Overview

  • Alder body
  • Bolt-on neck
  • 24" scale length
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Upgraded and redesigned.

The new Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar offers tons of tone and a rich vintage vibe. Tinted neck, parchment or tortoise pickguards, and pearloid dots put the Squier Jagmaster a cut above the crowd. It returns to the original 24" Jaguar scale for ease of play and features a 6-screw tremolo bridge. Duncan Designed humbuckers dish out amazing tone.

Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.

Features

  • Alder body
  • Bolt-on neck
  • 24" scale length
  • Tinted maple neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Pearloid dot inlays
  • Medium-jumbo frets
  • Duncan Designed humbuckers
  • 6-screw mounted tremolo bridge
  • Parchment (with black) or tortoise (with sunburst) pickguard

Order today and get a very hot guitar for a very cool price.

 
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SquierJagmaster Electric Guitar
 
4.7

(based on 115 reviews)

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  • 5 Stars

     

    (93)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

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    (1)

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    (2)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun to play (5)
  • Good feel (3)
  • Good tone (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming (4)
    • Practicing (3)
    • Recording (3)
    • Small venues (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Experienced (6)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Just a great guitar

    I have been playing guitar for a long time, and I have owned countless guitars over the years and the Jagmaster compares to some guitars that are 3 times the price. Dont let the...Read complete review

    I have been playing guitar for a long time, and I have owned countless guitars over the years and the Jagmaster compares to some guitars that are 3 times the price. Dont let the price or the "Squier" name put you off, this really is a great guitar. The neck plays great even before its nice and worn in. The action feels like that of a much more expensive guitar, and it was set up great from the factory. Mine is the Jagmaster II which differs from the earlier model in that it has an alder body, strat style trem, Duncan Designed P/U's, and a few other small details. The pickups are great for bluesy or classic rock styles, but even under high gain situations they keep their composure and retain great note seperation (Definately uncommon for a "cheaper" guitar). This trhing sustains like you wouldnt believe and it really has a unique deep tone! Definately the BEST guitar for the price and I would prob pick it over many more expensive guitars! Go play one and you'll see what i mean!

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Disappointed with Squire

    Don't get me wrong the Jagmaster is a great looking guitar and I bought it because I have always wanted to own a Jaguar but could not afford one. The guitar has a good...Read complete review

    Don't get me wrong the Jagmaster is a great looking guitar and I bought it because I have always wanted to own a Jaguar but could not afford one. The guitar has a good action but I am very frustrated with trying to tune the guitar so it sounds tuned when you play all cords. The worst string is the G. When I tune the guitar with a tuner, then playing a C chord it sounds tuned but when I play a D chord the G string sounds way out of tune (sharp). I lower the tune on the G string and now the C and G chords sound terrible (the G string is flat). I have tried adjusting the bridge and every adjustment I know and the G string still sounds terrible. I also have a Squire Strat with the same problem. A frustrating problem I have had with my Squires. I have been able to make the guitar tune better using light gauge strings and replacing the G string with an ultra light D string but this makes it a little harder to do my lead solos.

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    5.0

    wow!!

    By guitarman

    from rhode island

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    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Recording
      • Rock Concerts
      • Small Venues

      Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

      bought this as a level 4. It had a bad pot and a few scratches and a crack in the neck pocket only noted when the face plate was removed. a bit of work and it was working perfectly. Boy am I glad I pulled the trigger on this one
      I have never bought squiers. I always thought they were cheap guitars. Wrong!. Sure its not a 2000 guitar but the quality is outstanding. Heres the run down as based on my 30 or more years of playing.
      Tuners are functional. No need to change. Neck is beautiful with really terrific fretwork. no need for fret leveling. Nut is decent and well cut. no need to swap out. Pickups which are Duncan designed sound GREAT!. Once again no need to change. they are full, clear, without mud and sound great clean and overdriven. body is well finished. bridge is vintage strat style and stays in tune well. pots are average as noted by the failed tone pot. this is the only thing I would change if I bought a new one and honestly since they work I would just wait until they failed to change. I've seen worse. This guitar is perfect for rock, blues and of course grunge style rock. It needed a set up but out of the box a new one (not level 4)would not need anything else. Is a great guitar esp for the price

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      5.0

      Get it!

      By Bruce

      from Morehead, KY

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            Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

            Great guitar. I've owned one since high school and it's been through a lot of garage bands with me. My current collection totals about 54 guitars, everything from First Act to Martin, and the Jagmaster is still my favorite.

            I turned my back on it for a while because of the "Squier" label, but I've come to realize this guitar is just special.

            It's crisp and loud. It's perfect for indie and punk. It looks awesome. It has a strat trem system, which is nice and simple.

            It doesn't fit every style, but if you're looking for hard and loud, it's perfect. I played mine until sweat rusted the trem bar.

            Wouldn't trade it for a '54 Strat or a pre-war Martin. For whatever reason, I love it that much.

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            5.0

            Jagenstein Mods

            By Dr Jagenstein

            from irrelevant

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Fun To Play
            • Good Feel

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Jamming
              • Recording

              Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

              I have read most of the reviews and agree that this guitar is an amazing value, looks great, has excellent woods and finish, nice fretboard.
              I am a tinkerer so I immediately went to work on some affordable upgrades. I removed the pickups and electronics and installed a DiMarzio DP191F at the bridge and a DP190F at the neck and added the EP1111 3-way switch, upgraded the pots and knobs to CTS. While I was at it, I completely lined the cavities with copper foil shielding. The results are amazing. I also replaced the saddles with GraphTech String Savers. All these mods were quite affordable but they were worth it and turned a cool looking budget axe into a complex tonal machine.

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              5.0

              Great deal

              By _

              from England

              About Me Experienced

              Pros

              • Fun To Play
              • Good Tone
              • Solid Electronics

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Jamming
                • Practicing
                • Small Venues

                Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

                This was the second guitar I ever bought. I've owned one of these since 1997, and although I've bought and sold many other guitars, electric and acoustic, through the years, this is the only one that has stayed with me from (almost) the very beginning.

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                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Outstanding guitar!

                By rockerdude29

                from Ohio

                About Me Experienced

                Pros

                • Fun To Play
                • Good Feel
                • Good Pick Up
                • Good Tone
                • Solid Electronics

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Jamming
                  • Practicing
                  • Recording
                  • Rock Concerts
                  • School Bands
                  • Small Venues

                  Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

                  I have to say, I am quite impressed with this guitar, especially for the price I paid. Even had I bought it for the list price, I would be very happy. It looks stunning, like any Fender offset guitar. The wood grain was nearly flawless, even for being a three-piece alder body, it matched up almost perfect. And the burst is beautiful. The neck is a single flat sawn piece of maple, with great color and grain. Acoustically, it's pretty loud, which might account for it's *spoiler* great tone. Plug it in, and clean, the bridge pickup is punchy, but still crispy and kind of twangy. The middle position is pretty "quacky", almost like a Tele middle. The neck pickup sounds fat, full of bass (no mud), and surprisingly articulate. Crank the gain, and I think you'll be pleased. The bridge pickup is crunchy, bright, but not super hot. The middle sounds kinda like the in-between spot on a wah pedal. The neck pickup is decent dirty, bright like the bridge pickup, pretty fat, but still not super hot. They're definitely usable, but I may replace them down the road. As far as playability, it's awesome. Nice low action, and very little fret buzz (all Fenders buzz a little from the outdated 9.5" fretboard radius...). Bends are smooth and easy, and neck feels great. It's got a broken in feel you don't have with most newer guitars. Well to sum it up, Fender/Squier made a home run with this baby. Great looks, playability, sound, feel, and price. Literally the only draw back is that it goes out of tune very quickly if you use the tremolo (any non locking trem will). Otherwise, it stays in tune for days at a time with very minor adjustments. I would use this to play anything from blues, and jazz, to alternative and progressive metal. And it's good enough to be a studio guitar, but cheap enough to beat on every weekend at gigs. Would recommend the JagMaster to anyone!

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                  5.0

                  20th anniversary Jagmaster

                  By DePoe Slew

                  from NE Oregon

                  About Me Experienced

                  Pros

                  • Fun To Play

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

                      I have played this Jag for 10 years & have found nothing wrong with it. No changes to the pickups nor electronics. Mine is a vintage model in red with a black pickguard sporting the 20th anniversary logo. Just periodic maintenance, I am happy! Just got a Fender Standard Strat for Christmas, can't wait to set up & play, but it will not replace my Jag!

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                      (2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      Don't believe what you have heard

                      By Sean

                      from P.A.

                      Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

                      Overall this guitar plays and looks really great and subdued my fix for an offset guitar. The guitar has a lot of modding potential. I opened it up and the Duncan Humbuckers are four lead so you could split them pretty easilly and you have a lot of cavity space and room on the pickguard for adding extra controls. I would still choose this one over the vintage Modified Jazzmaster and Jaguar because I feel those ones have more features but are extremely ugly guitars. This one looks much more vintage to me. You can get some great tones out of the humbuckers but it would have been nice to have single coil tones from the factory in my opinion. My biggest problems are the shape of the pickguard and the neck takes some getting use to. Other than that I do really love this guitar and its a modders dream.
                      This guitar looks great and plays great, My complaints are: the short scale neck, the ugly pickguard, and the limitations of the humbuckers. My praisals are: the ease of playabillity, the styling of the guitar, the tone of the humbuckers, and the tremolo. I give it a seven because it has so much more potential as far as featres go, I'll explain later.
                      This is where the guitar shines. The Duncan Designed humbuckers sound excellent if you like humbuckers, the neck feels and plays great with the exception of the cramped short scale, the tremolo works great, no buzzing, and stays in tune. Its a really solid guitar and the neck feels like a much older instrument.
                      I feel for the price tag and the features this guitar is a little over priced. You have one tone, one volume, two humbuckers, and a three way switch. The tremolo is strat style and the pickguard is plain. I don't see where the money is coming from in my opinion. Its a nice alternative for an offset guitar in a good price-range but compared to the prices of squire strats and teles I think its a bit inflated.

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                      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      Just a great guitar

                      By danid4420

                      from B.C. Canada

                      Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

                      I have been playing guitar for a long time, and I have owned countless guitars over the years and the Jagmaster compares to some guitars that are 3 times the price. Dont let the price or the "Squier" name put you off, this really is a great guitar. The neck plays great even before its nice and worn in. The action feels like that of a much more expensive guitar, and it was set up great from the factory. Mine is the Jagmaster II which differs from the earlier model in that it has an alder body, strat style trem, Duncan Designed P/U's, and a few other small details. The pickups are great for bluesy or classic rock styles, but even under high gain situations they keep their composure and retain great note seperation (Definately uncommon for a "cheaper" guitar). This trhing sustains like you wouldnt believe and it really has a unique deep tone! Definately the BEST guitar for the price and I would prob pick it over many more expensive guitars! Go play one and you'll see what i mean!

                      Comment on this review

                      (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      Squier Jagmaster

                      By GG Roberto

                      from Philadelphia

                      Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

                      The Squier Jagmaster is an amazing guitar for the money. I bought mine in 2004 and it has proven to be an excellent musical companion for playing live and in the studio. The off-set body is extremely comfortable and I love the placement of the controls. I still use the stock pickups which are very unique sounding...maybe I just lucked out and picked a winner. I did switch to Sperzel tuners for ease of string changing. The guitar just sounds "Funky" and is great for all styles. In the studio, the Jagmaster playing through a Fender Frontman 25R is a winning combination. I highly recommend the Squier Jagmaster.

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                      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      Great First Guitar

                      By Preston Frazier

                      from Michigan

                      Comments about Squier Jagmaster Electric Guitar:

                      If your getting your first guitar, but still want to sound good, I completely recommend this guitar for you! I went to every guitar shop in town trying different guitars and determining if they were in my price range or not. Granted this guitar is in the upper $200s, it is worth every penny. This guitar will stay in tune and delivers a crisp solid sound that so many cheap beginner guitars lack. The pick ups are a little cheap, but they do all right. The guitar itself is of sturdy construction and I love sunburst finish and pick guard. I've had this guitar for about 3 years and I can honestly say I love playing it. Currently I use 10-46 gauge strings and play through a Vox DA5 amp. This is great for my college apartment.The guitar is not without its flaws and I eventually plan to upgrade as all musicians tend to do. As I said before the pickups could be better quality as well as the bridge. The string tensioners on the bridge are a little iffy so it takes some time to get the guitar in tune, but once you do it sounds pretty decent.

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