The Fender Blacktop Jaguar HH Electric Guitar is based on his older brother, the original 1962 Fender Jaguar that again became popular in the 1980's during the grunge rock movement.
The Jaguar HH has a 24 inch scale neck with 22 medium-jumbo sized frets. It's neck is made of maple and the neck of rosewood.
The instrument features two Dragster humbuckers pickups, which give the guitar a fantastic sound and might lead you to believe the guitar should be in a higher price range. It's action is low and intonation close to perfect.
The guitar's design is very sturdy and won't let you down on stage. Workmanship on the finish is clean and streamlined.
All in all, this guitar will give you great sound and a reliable design for a low price. If you've ever dreamed of owning a Fender, but couldn't afford the higher range instruments, this one will be the perfect start.
Here's a video of Gregory Hilden from GregsGuitars playing along with a smooth backtrack on a Fender Jaguar HH Special. He's using a Okko Diablo Overdrive Pedal and some Reverb: