Bought My Jaguar in 2006 for $650 from Guitar Hangar, it had a TOM and Cool Rails. When I got it, I bought some Jaguar pickup covers, cut the tops off flush with the tops of the cool rails, and then put Jaguar claws on the bottom of the pickups. However, the stock screws were not long enough to bring the pickups close enough to the strings, so I got 2 inch and a quarter or so long screws which hold the pickups in place with no foam.
After that was all done, I pulled the TOM out, threw in a pair of Jaguar Thumbles after grinding out the elmers wood filler the previous owner used, and tossed on a stock Jaguar Bridge.
After that, I drilled out the holes for the vibramute, installed that, found I did not like how it made me have to shim the neck and raise the bridge to provide proper clearance ('ve got an idea for recessing hte mute into the guitar that I might try on a custom Jag sometime later on though), so I took it back off. Then I worked toward making the stock Jag bridge more stable - so I put in oversized action screws on each saddle, and two long and thick springs on the high and low E string saddles to block the others in. After that I went through many types of knob before settling on Witch Hats for their 70's vibe. That last move was 2008, since then, this Jag has been one of my main "go-to" guitars.
The more well known one is my Jag-Stang. I bought it in the fall of 1999 for a bargain with Hard Shell case, it had the EMG's already installed (with electrical tape :facepalm ). When I got it home, I cleaned up the wiring considerably. Since then it's been on an evolution to be the most stable and roadworthy axe in my collection.
The mods include - the preexisting EMG SA in the neck, EMG 81 in the bridge, bridge pickup pickup switch set to be a pickup selector, and the neck switch is neck-pickup-off/normal/out-of-phase via a modified EMG Pi2 Phase inverter. The pots are 25K switchcraft, and the Jack is a Switchcraft switching jack. The tone pot had it's resistive track cut after 95% all the way up so I had a "no load" tone control so I get more highs back with it full out (like I have no tone control). The vibrato unit has been exchanged with the one from my 66' Fender Mustang because I found out the Vintage Dynamic Vibrato is a stronger, better unit than the Japanese ones, and it has a full "dive bomb" range on it, which is what htis guitar is used for. This is my main. The battery is hidden in the volume/tone control cavity and fits perfectly, there is no "mutilation" to the body here at all. It's had black dome, chrome dome, stock Jag-Stang, vintage Jaguar, and now black Witch Hat knobs in it's lifetime.
My Jazzmaster is home-built, there's a thread here on it. It's only mildly different from a stock jazzmaster due to the non-bound block marker 22 fret strat neck, non-trem-lock vibrato, black pickguard, semi-natural wood-sheen finish, and overwound Jazzmaster pickups.
My Mustang has my Jag-Stang's old Vibrato, which is perfect for it because some of the brassier parts warmed up the sound quite a bit. Other than that, it's a stock 60's Mustang.
And my Jagmaster, I modded the hell out of that thing. I was conned into buying it by Kennally Keys in Everett after they ordered one against my wishes when the one I wanted sold (it actually stayed in tune). This one was promptly "Cobain-ified" with a set of black pickup trim rings for awhile, then I pulled the original white volume and tone knobs for chrome dome knobs, and then black witch hats.
Later on I was rebuilding my warlock, so I pulled out the pickups, put those in the Warlock, put on a Warmoth 22 fret 25.5" scale neck with Schaller tuners and locking nut after botching up the locking nut shelf on the original neck, and a Floyd Rose II locking trem from an old Kramer guitar. The pickups were swapped out with a DiMarzio Super II from the late 70's in the neck, and a Peavey Falcon humbucker in the bridge. The guitar now sits in my livingroom equipped with a replacement aftermarket Floyd I installed this spring as the Floyd II was having some issues. My fiancee has special feelings towards it as it was the first guitar I left at her house before we moved in together.
Currently I'm looking to get back into getting that 71' Musicmaster running. I'm making a Nirvana-like axe out of it with a Mini Jb Jr. hidden in a Mustang pickup cover at the bridge and a stock Mustang pickup at the neck.