The Vox Jaguar was a combo organ that was built in the 1960s, in Italy, (for the exception of a Heathkit version), as a budget variation on the Continental. It was built into the Continental's cabinet. Its technology was far less intricate, but the Jaguar still managed to produce a decent combo organ sound. It featured stop-tabs in place of the drawbars, and had a bass octave with typical black-on-white keys. Some enthusiasts and players appear to be less impressed with the Jaguar's general quality in comparison to that of the Continental, though many agree that, for the money, it is a reasonably cost-effective substitute, and is still one of the better known vintage combo organ models. The Jaguar was not a particularly sturdy instrument, and its best recommended usage was for garage-bands, playing in small clubs, private parties, or the home studio. It was not considered suitable for heavy professional gigging.