Johnny Marr Jaguar guitar unveiled by Fender - video
The manufacturer has posted a video interview with the former Smiths guitarist on YouTube to mark the launch of the instrument.
"Fender is very proud to introduce the Johnny Marr signature Jaguar guitar, which puts the inventive ringing sounds and highly distinctive design mods of one of the UK's greatest modern-era guitarists in your hands," the company said.
Marr said of the Jaguar: "The Jag suited the way I've evolved as a guitar player, but at the same time all the old stuff - all my old riffs and everything - sounded absolutely right on the Jag.
"It covered loads of bases that I'd used other guitars for, so I'm really glad that I came across it. It sounds like how I'm supposed to sound I think."
Marr also praised the short scale, the tremolo system and the chrome aesthetic of the guitar.
"Accessories include a custom case with blue crushed velvet interior, strap, cable and flatwound strings," Fender confirmed.
"Available in Olympic White and Metallic KO (a distinctive orange tint derived from the heavily faded Candy Apple Red finish of one of Marr's favourite '60s-era Fender models)."
Former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher recently suggested that Johnny Marr may one day reunite with Morrissey to reform The Smiths.
Marr last year remastered The Smiths' back catalogue for a CD re-release.
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Watch The Smiths perform 'How Soon Is Now' live in Kilburn in 1986 below: