I picked up a suitcase full of catalogs including the 1966 Fender Catalog.
In later years, I learned the guitars pictured in this brochure were in all probability non-working prototypes.
It wasn't until 1996 that Fender introduced a guitar which had a shape similar to a Jazzmaster/Jaguar with a 25.5" scale and a Fender Stratocaster tremolo bridge with the bridge cover and screw-in bar. This would be the "crafted in Japan" Fender Jagmaster.
This guitar was only produced for two years under the made in Japan, Squier Vista series. Based on its design, it had the Stratocaster style tremolo, making it more similar to the Maurader than the Jazzmaster or Jaguar.
The pickups were designed by Seymour Duncan.
The bridge was a Strat-style bridge/saddle came with adjustable saddles. The body was basswood and the neck was maple with a rosewood fretboard. The 22 fret neck was similar to the Jazzmaster's 25.5" scale.
The Squier Jagmaster Vista was manufactured in Japan for only two years, ending its run in 1998.
Further changes were made in 2005.
At that time the Squier Jagmaster's neck was shortened to a 24" scale and an extra fret was added. Following what seems to be a trend, Fender produced this model for two years. In 2007 the model was updated to a 21 fret guitar. This guitar is still in production.
The silver sparkle version of the Jagmaster no longer is available.