Kurt Cobain’s Jag-Stang Guitar is being released to honor Nirvana’s “Nevermind” album’s 25th anniversary.

To honor Nirvana’s “Nevermind” album’s 30th anniversary, Fender has created a one-of-a-kind copy of Kurt Cobain’s Jag-Stang guitar. The instrument is based on Kurt Cobain’s late Fender Jaguar and Mustang guitars, and features elements of both. Kurt founded it with the aid of the firm in 1993. Jag-fantasy Stang’s Fender guitar was inspired by Kurt Cobain’s paintings and doodles, which he discovered in his own diaries. Cobain frequented the Jag-Stang during his In Utero tour, which ended in April 1994.

“I’ve always enjoyed particular elements of different guitars since I started playing,” Cobain told Fender Frontline in 1994, “but I could never find the ideal mix of everything I was seeking for.” – The Jag-Stang is the car that comes closest to perfection.

The Cobain Jag-Stang sports an alder body, a 7.25-inch rosewood neck, single coil pickups, and vintage-style humbuckers, webpage and is available in Fiesta Red and Sonic Blue in both left and right-handed versions.

“We were fascinated by the detailed design of Kurt Cobain’s perfect guitar when we looked at the sketches he made,” says Justin Norvell, executive vice president of Fender Products. – Because we respect original design, the new Jag Stang retains all of its original qualities. We didn’t do anything new since we wanted to keep loyal to Kurt’s vision. We knew we wanted to make Kurt Cobain’s vision a reality because of our long-standing partnership with the Kurt Cobain Estate. It was a privilege for me to play a role in fulfilling his vision and reviving this concept.

Kurt Cobain’s Jag-Stang is valued at ¬£1,249.

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