Pone que es una Reissue pero no hay ninguna información sobre la madera que lleva el cuerpo...
yo diría que tiene muchas probabilidades de ser de aliso, ya que creo que tradicionalmente las Jaguars son de aliso y por lo que he podido leer buscando informacion todo pinta a que sea aliso, lo que en inglés llaman alder y no basswood, hay una conversacion sobre esto en thegearpage:
"the only reason fender japan kept changing from cij to mij back again to cij, back again to mij is to avoid repeating serial numbers this is straight from fender when I called them. I have a 2009 66 reissue w/block inlays single coiled jaguar japan and its not BASSWOOD! you have to have a 1993 or earlier model for the 66 reissue fender to be basswood jaguar. Every 66 fender japan reissue jaguar 1994 til now 2012 is alder body! cij is not superior to mij but i think almost all of us would agree alder sounds way more resonant than basswood. Also those on this forum that say non export (66 fender reissue jaguars japan singe coiled meant for sale only in japan ) are superior tone to those made in japan but meant for sale in the u.s. dont know what they are talking about...I also had a japan 66 jaguar reissue w/block inlays and matching headstock color in old lake placid 2004 model crafted in japan and meant for sale only in japan! but some how ended up in california and I bought it. It was not superior to my 2009 jaguar japan w/block inlays single coil that was mij made in japan but meant for sale here in the u.s. I had both so I know what im talking about.
Esta otra pagina tiene una especie de listado por años de las ediciones y reediciones de la Jaguar:
•1962: Alder contour body, three color sunburst finish. Celluloid tortoise three layer pickguard with two Strat-like pickups. Serial number on neck plate. Slab or veneer rosewood fingerboard. After mid-62 veneer fingerboards only.
•1964: Pole pieces on pickups changed to staggered height; see pictures
•1965: Pearl fingerboard dots replace “clay” dots. Plastic tortoise three layer pickguard replaces celluloid.
•1967/68: Black Fender decal. “F” style tuning gears replace “Kluson-Deluxe” gears. Polyester thick finish replaces nitrocellulose lacquer. The faceplate of the necks remained lacquered in nitro finish.
•1986/87: Japanese-made 1962 Reissue introduced. Read a user’s comparison between a CIJ and a vintage Jag
•1994/95: Japanese Limited Edition introduced – Olympic White Blond body with golden hardware.
•1999: American-made 1962 Vintage Reissue (MIA) introduced. See specs.
available colors (Nitro-Cellulose Lacquer Finish): 3-Color Sunburst, Candy Apple Red, Olympic White, Black, Sherwood Green, Dakota Red.
•2001: available MIA-colors (Nitro-Cellulose Lacquer Finish): 3-Color Sunburst, Olympic White, Black, Inca Silver, Dakota Red, Ice Blue Metallic.
Fender Japan introduces hardtail models with humbucker and tune-o-matic bridge – the “Japanese Special”.
•2002: again new colors on the MIA’s, including Ocean Turquoise. Fender Japan offers reissue models with custom colors and matching headstocks, but only outside the U.S.
•2003: Fender Japan introduces the 1966 Reissue modell (JG66B) with bound neck and block inlays, available in 3-tone Sunburst and Candy Apple Red (with matching headstock).
•2004: Available colors are: 3-Color Sunburst, Olympic White, Black, Ocean Turquoise, Surf Green, Ice Blue Metallic
•2004/05: Fender US offers two humbucker-Jaguars: The Jaguar HH and the Jaguar Baritone HH
•2008: Classic Player Jaguar and Classic Player Jaguar HH introduced.
•2009: Classic Player Jaguar 1966 Ltd Edition introduced with bound neck + block inlays
•2012: Johnny Marr Signature Jaguar introduced in January, available in Olympic White and Metallic KO (Candy Apple Red faded to orange); Blacktop Jaguar90 available in Candy Apple Red and 2tone Sunburst; 50 Anniversary Jaguar in Burgundy Mist Metallic, Lake Placid Blue and Candy Apple Red
•2012: Kurt Cobain Signature Jaguar