We often get questions from folks newly interested in the jag and jazzy like this one. So this post is for you owners out there to share your thoughts. Check out the full post for the details.
Whether you have a new Mexican Custom Player Jaguar, Japanese Reissue Jag, American Classic, original vintage jaguar, or any other iteration, we would like to see it! To show off your jag just read this entire post to find the directions. You can also see some of the great jaguars others have already shown off.
Summer NAMM 2008 has just wrapped up in Nashville, Tennessee and here are some of our favorites from the show. There were no real scoops from the show as a lot of the news trickled out leading up to the show. Take a look at this post for links to the press releases of those favorites.
Fender has introduced new Jaguar and Jazzmaster guitars in the Classic Player line. The Classic Player Jaguar and Jazzmaster are Mexican made with some very nice updates and improvements. See more details and photos in this post.
[Edit: Hope everyone had a fun April Fools Day and didn’t believe anything posted today, April 1.]
It’s a Jaguar Bass. It’s a Mustang Bass. No. It’s a Jag-Stang Bass!
Not a joke! 🙂 On a recent shopping trip to JC Penny and Kohls department stores I was shocked to see t-shirts and hoodies with jag-stangs on them! They are actually Nirvana t-shirts and hoodies […]
Every once in a while a review gets submitted to jag-stang.com that just needs to be shared with a wider audience. This is one of those great detailed reviews by a user who goes by […]
So if you’ve looked into the Fender Jag-Stang a bit you know the name jag-stang comes from combining the names of the Fender Jaguar and Mustang. Even though the jag-stang is mostly a weirdly shaped, […]