The Fender Jaguar Bass is similar to the switch-laden Fender Jaguar guitar first made in 1962, but has a slim Fender Jazz Bass-style neck, bridge, and pickups. With so many controls, it is a hugely flexible instrument that can give you everything from growly to bright tone, and features a preamp with bass and treble boost options. The pickups can be switched on and off individually and toggled between parallel (single coil sound) and series (humbucker sound) wiring. Plus there is master volume and tone. It has vintage styling and a classic look but was actually launched in 2006, and variations include a Pawnshop Reverse model and the new Deluxe. The Jaguar Bass is used by players like Stefan Olsdal of Placebo, Eva Gardner of Telstar, Colin Greenwood of Radiohead, Georg “Goggi” Hólm of Sigur Rós, Mikey Way of My Chemical Romance, and Chris Edwards of Kasabian.