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  1. If you are thinking of buying a guitar simply because you have "never owned one before", then you are buying it for the wrong reason. I've never owned a Gretsch While Falcon, but I'm not going to buy one just because I've never owned one. I almost bought a Squier CV Duo-Sonic a few months ago just because I didn't have a guitar of that shape, but then I realized that I hate the necks on the CV series, and I bought a Deluxe Strat instead and couldn't be happier with it. I'm so happy with it, I'm leaving it totally stock, which is rare for me. My advice is take your time, go to the guitar stor
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  2. This thread is 5 YEARS OLD!
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  3. WHY IS THAT RELEVANT?!?!?!?!?!?! ok seriously I dun even know who you're yelling at, but shut up, we're trying to be helpful and apparently you have some problem that you're not even telling us. if you want it to stay in tune better do Mad-Mike's trem setup or do the hardtail mod that I did. The way strings feed is irrelevant. DON'T FREAKING YELL ABOUT THINGS THAT DON'T FREAKING MAKE SENSE OR THAT DON'T HAVE A FREAKING POINT! or better yet you could sell your jag-stang and buy a guitar that works for you since you weren't having the best of luck with your jag-stang last time you were on here
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  4. Yup! If I was going to swap out all the electronics anyways, why not start with the base model? As far as I am concerned alderwood is alderwood and necks tend to vary mostly by radius, length, and frets. How much you paid for it generally doesn't seem to feel different from playing with $2,000-$3,000 guitars and $100 ones. It is about how the guitar feels to you and sounds to you. I think people look at the stuff that their favorite musicians play and think they have to have that guitar to emulate that sound. While that is somewhat true, it doesn't mean you can't use a entry strat or tele to p
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  5. Some more pics of my freshly modded Mustang with modern TOM bridge, locked tremolo, lowered switches, fully shielded, 500k pots and Duncan JB humbucker .
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  6. I wrote a piece on J Mascis and how to sound like himThought you lot might like a read. https://www.gearnews.com/sound-like-j-mascis-dinosaur-jr-mr-big-muff/
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  7. Just received this beauty. Custom made left-handed Mustang. Aluminium neck. One piece alder body. Sustainiac system. Tonerider P90.
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  8. Fender 69 RI Mustang in Candy Apple Red Fender Kurt Cobain Mustang in Sonic Blue Fender Kurt Cobain Mustang in Dark Lake Placid Blue Fender Kurt Cobain Mustang in Fiesta Red = This is going off next week to have a Dirty Fingers pickup put in.
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  9. Here's a little youtube video I put together today when I was procrastinating doing other things: There is a part 1 and 2 because apparently i don't know how to use a computer.
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  10. Hi guys, first post here, can I be in your club?
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  11. Sorry to double post but I have a little update. I am starting to realize that fender short scales are an addiction.... I was loving messing around with the squier mustang I posted and had an itch to go for the real thing. I found a 1996 MIJ mustang on craigslist for a very fair price from a super nice guy, so I had to go for it... Sorry for the poor quality pic. Right now, I am really enjoying it as is. In the future, I may have the headstock painted/re-decaled, may swap out the fast tracks (previous owner had installed) for the zexcoil juicy bucker and replace the neck pickup wi
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  12. Just curious which of the above 3 Eastwood guitars you prefer? Hi-Flyer Link Sidejack DLX Link Hummingbird Link
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  13. that bassman combo thing is AMZING@! i still have most of my 77 bassman ten, i want to make a sort of hot rod deluxe style open back cab for it, and that cherry stain with the hemp looking cover is fantastic looking! i may try and do something like that for it!
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  14. IMG_1880 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1885 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1887 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1894 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1900 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1903 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1908 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr
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  15. Here come the pictures! Sorry if any of you are on your phones.... IMG_1845 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr Slight flame. Check. IMG_1843 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1841 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1840 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1831 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1863 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1870 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1873 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr IMG_1878 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr
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  16. Maybe one of the soldering points came loose? I would open it up and reflow each connection and see if that helps. Also try different cables to make sure it wasn't an amp or cable issue.
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  17. I would use pickguardian.com. Tony there does awesome work and has great red tortoise material. He would just need a tracing/drawing of what you would need. Here is a picture of the tort guard he made for me. IMG_1892 by Hentai No Baka, on Flickr
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  18. check fender.com, #### told you so!
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  20. Hi, I haven't been posting much lately. The forum has been dead, and I havn't been guitaring much. But I had to see what people think of the 'Pawn Shop' series. Seems that Fender is becoming more like Squier all the time. No new designs, just more bastardized versions of old favourites. But great to see the return of the mighty 51!!!
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  21. This is my jag-stang And now: La tengo desde el 2002, lleva toda la electronica nueva y unas superdistortion dimarzio en el puente. Cheers.
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  22. FYI the first one isn't a Blacktop, it's just a Japanese HH, so it's priced pretty much correctly. Get the second one. Way more versatile instrument.
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  23. Also, Cobain was murdered, he wasn't suicidal! He was a joker, he liked to tell white lies and mislead the media. Most of his best friends say he wasn't suicidal, HE said he wasn't suicidal, he wanted to leave that slut Love and start fresh, a new life, a new band but of course that untalented bitch (Erlandson and Cobain wrote all her best songs) wouldn't let him and had him killed so his legacy would keep her in the spotlight and very very rich! Had he just left her, today, people would very likely be like "Courtney who?" People ALWAYS believe what the media spews out, the media ALWAYS spe
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  24. They need to start making some of these for lefties, still paying 1400 dollars for a CIJ Jazzy/Jag.
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  25. I discovered this board/forum shortly after I bought my 2010 Blacktop Jaguar on (appropriately) Black Friday. The quality is frickin' unbelievable for the money. I liked it so much I had to have the Blacktop Jazzmaster too... so here you go... These are great guitars. I think the Jaguar does hard rock really, really well, but it could cover anything. The Jazzmaster has a greater tonal range and is - surprisingly, for a Fender - one of the fastest necks I've played. Just sweet and scary fast...
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  26. I would wait till after christmas to see if you get more $$$ and what options that may add to the mix. I have a hard time giving guitar recommendations to anyone as we all have different preferences. Hate to fall back on this suggestion but do you have a place where you can jam on both the models you are interested in for a while? And if you can play through a setup similar to your hope setup that will help the comparison as well.
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  27. Think about it. Bleach tone: Hi Flyer/that Epi Strattish thing > DS-1 > Fender Twin Nevermind tone: HH Jag/Mustang/Strat > DS-1, Small Clone, loads of overdubs > Twin/Mesa (I think?) In Utero tone: Les Paul copy (yes), Jag > Sansamp, Polychorus > No idea about amps Kurt never used the J-S that much, and for what it did well he preferred his Mustang anyway. The Jag-Stang was never a huge part of his setup.
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  28. it don't matter WHAT you play, its HOW you play it!
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  29. Yeah, but only the newer jagmasters. Not the Vista ones, because they where true 24 scale. But Yeah, if you get one of the newer jagmasters, you can put that neck on it and it will convert it to 24, or even put a 25.5 on the jagmaster.
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  30. If I could have had something like that when I started out I woulda been stoked! All i had was a 10 watt Peavy.LOL Now, 16 years later, I have great gear and would never buy this ####, but for beginners (the intended market I assume) it seems great IMHO!
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  32. New here... here's a family portrait.
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  33. a demo of the blacktop jaguar
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  34. I "Kurtified" my 65 Mustang and it came out really good. But I am going to also swap out the bridge for a Tune-o-matic. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42jDOqAiFNI
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  35. My baby Emg SA in the neck and Emg 81 in the bridge. Just had a new bone nut made/installed and a double fret dressing (they were that bad) and spacers under the string tree (to get rid of all that downward pressure) perfectly intonated and stays in tune now. Elixer 11s
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  36. I dun think I'd ever get a tattoo at all, but if I was gonna it would not be of a JS...... come to think of it, what would I get a tattoo of? ......................... maybe a bear holding a shark............. ................. I really dunno........
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  37. GENERAL DIRECTORY: Effects: Distortion Wah Wah Delay Chorus Flanger Phaser Reverb Vibrato Pitch Shifter Talk Box Tremolo Equalization Ring Modulator DiscoFreq's Effects Database Effects Reviews Amplifiers: Tube Amplifier Solid-State Amplifier Modeling Amplifier Amplifer Links Amplifier Reviews Pickups: Single Coil Pickup Humbucker Pickup Active/Passive Guitar Pickup Tone Database Guitar Pickup Reviews BUILDING YOUR OWN EFFECTS (links by mcconnachiea): Kits: http://www.bui
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  38. After months of mulling it over, I decided to take the plunge and pick up that 71' Musicmaster body and Neck that has been at Tommy's for a long time (the one that cropped up after I got the 66' Mustang). So I've got some ideas, but it'll be a bit before I decide, I figued, do like I did with the Jazzmaster and let people post their thoughts. I'll start accumulating the parts BEFOREHAND this time and then posting videos of the guitar's assembly and repair. #1 - Restore the guitar to what it was originally - It was originally a Red 71' Musicmaster. Which means single neck pickup, 2 25
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  39. Most likely it's a killswitch.
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  40. Hi Everyone!!!!!! I'm New to this forum and photo sharing thing, But anyways here is my Squier VM Mustang that i modded just a bit lol.
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  41. thats really cool that it has a neck(micro tilt) screw already in place, something that various companies have done but its never really caught on, its cool to see it on a budget guitar like that.
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  42. All very good advice, I started off with multi effects and cheap solid state amps. then i got a few more cheap pedals to try and get the sound i was looking for I ended up having to buy everything again because i was never happy with the sound. just save up for a nice fender or even pick up a little marshall combo (tube only! none of the MG crap) I've wasted a hell of a lot of time and money on doing this only now 6-7 years down the track am i happy with my tone. you can play a cheap guitar through a nice amp and it will sound great play a good guitar through a cheap amp and it will always sou
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  43. Awesome! Love it, looks great. Are those the stock control knobs? They're amazing. Although it probably wouldn't work out without way more modification, I always though a Bigsby B-5 would look terrific on a Blacktop or Modern Player Jaguar . This is awesome though, I bet this thing sustains for days with the stop-tail. EDIT:: By more mods for the Bigsby, I meant really you'd have to buy a Vibramate to make it a really easy ordeal, and then a roller Tune-O-Matic (which are hit or miss), and graphite the #### out of your nut haha.
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  44. If your after tone, these are some of the best amps you can get for the studio, practice or even gigs. http://www.egnateramps.com/EgnaterProducts/Tweaker/TweakerHead/TweakerHead.html http://www.orangeamps.com/tiny-terror-series/ http://www.voxamps.com/nighttrain/nighttrain50/
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  45. Run the whole mix through a fuzz. I've sang through a big muff before and it sounds ridiculous. Another thing you can do is record really clean tracks and then use a plug-in with whatever daw you are using. I use sound toys and the decapitator does exactly this and i bet that is what they used. If you want to send me some recordings then i can do it for you in 2 seconds and send it back to you. The trick with the vocals is layers. I usually get a few clean takes of vocals and then make a bunch of duplicates and use them like layers and i'll put a big reverb or chorus on one and pan it left and
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  46. 1. why's this posted in the JS section? 2. why would any of us know that? 3. my guess would prolly be that it'd cost a lot and would prolly ruin the resale value of whatever instrument you did this too, which is pretty stupic considering you can get a pretty cheap harmonica mic, put it on a stand, and sing into a distorted amp yielding the exact same results without ruining your instrument.
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  47. that's the reason the punks buy them in pawnshops. thanks to sonic youth's resourcefulness. same story as the Squier Vista guitars and their present day ahem - 'value'...but if you're time travelling you probly end up buying flying v's and japanese lawsuit guitars
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  48. I will agree with this. We should keep him around to deal with the Kurtz Kidz and helping them out 'cos none of them apparently know how to use a search feature. However I really wish he would have responded with a, "Yes I love Kurt!" before Henry's mask was removed.
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