1 pointYou are welcome. But, hey, I could be wrong: by exemple the "95" in the neck could indicate the year of production of the neck (or, I suspect, the model of jagstang, JT95) and not necessarily the year of your jagstang. Looking into the Jag-stang registry, by exemple, I noticed that 95 is stamped in the bottom neck and neck pocket of a 1996 Jagstang, this one: https://www.jag-stang.com/registry/guitarinfo/1236/o2 . BUT, Always in the registry, we see that another 1996 Jagstang, (this one https://www.jag-stang.com/registry/guitarinfo/1061/o2) saying '96 in the bottom neck BUT jt95 in the neck pocket. And here, https://www.jag-stang.com/registry/guitarinfo/1051/o2, we see both JT95EX and '96 in the neck pocket.
1 pointHi everybody! I am new to the forum. I live in Berlin, Germany. I play in the band "The Kilaueas!" I`ve noticed this thread and want to show you my (for me!) perfect Jagmaster. Maybe it will give you a new motivation to pimp your Jagmaster? Mine is a `96/`97 Vista Series Jagmaster. -New designed pickguard. -Jaguar control panel and black Amp poti knobs. -Two American Vintage Reissue Fender Jazzmaster pickups with aged covers. -Saddle with rollers. -2nd string roller -Better Sustain block. It sounds and plays unbelievable good! Very nice own twangy character. I try to post pics. I play instrumental Surf Music. Since 15 years on the search for the perfect sound and tone. I`ve got too much guitars. ...I don`t know how much, about 25 or so... Last month I bought two Jagstangs. I will post pics soon. Twang cheers! HAVE FUN! Ralf Kilauea http://www.myspace.com/thekilaueas