The Fender Mu-uar: part Mustang, part Jaguar

So if you’ve looked into the Fender Jag-Stang a bit you know the name jag-stang comes from combining the names of the Fender Jaguar and Mustang. Even though the jag-stang is mostly a weirdly shaped, un-contoured, mustang with a humbucker and very little jaguar influences it still has the 1/2 and 1/2 name.

Sindre Bremnes has created a conceptual design of a Mustang and Jaguar combination that he calls “the antithesis of the jag-stang”, the Fender Mu-uar. He’s even done an amazing bit of photoshopping to create some images of his conceptual design.

Fender Mu-uar

Fender Mu-uar (blue)

Here are the technical specs of his conceptual design:

  • Neck: Maple, 24.75″ scale length
  • Fretboard: Rosewood, 22 frets
  • Body: Alder, modified Mustang (left) and Jaguar (right) shape
  • Pick-ups: Mustang single-coil (neck), two Jaguar single-coil pick-ups (bridge)
  • Controls: Master volume, master tone, four-way pick-up selector
  • Bridge: Hardtail Strat style

I have to admit it has a very cool look and vibe to it. It does seem to have some similarities to the recently discontinued Fender Cyclone that we talked about last week in this article. Nice work Sindre!

You can see a larger photo of his Fender Mu-uar by following this link.

If any of you have come up with any other conceptual designs for “alternative” Fender guitars contact us and we may feature your design on jag-stang.com in a future article.

6 thoughts on “The Fender Mu-uar: part Mustang, part Jaguar”

  1. i think it’ll look cooler if it has the extended butt of the jaguar. then it’s gonna be top mustang, bottom jaguar.

  2. i agree with marlonmm , but then again it would look like the jag stang a bit too much.
    is this guitar gunna be produced? i’d like to buy one!

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