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GeorgeF

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  1. I use a standard Ritter one for my Jaguar, its a snug fit but a solid bag - its the 'classic' gigbag i think. I don't think the extra scale length should give you any trouble with a jazzy but if you want to be extra sure buy their bass one.
  2. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FENDER-SQUIER-JAGMASTER-ALU-PICKGUAR-JAGUAR-JAZZMASTER_W0QQitemZ220448034271QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Musical_Instruments_Guitars_CV?hash=item3353ba0ddf&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=65%3A1|66%3A2|39%3A1|293%3A1|294%3A50 could be useful.
  3. In fact doing what loxy is doing will save you loads of money. And if you want one like Lee's you could just whack a set of cheap GFS's wider range humbuckers and you're pretty much there. Just take out the tone knob and put a stick over it
  4. But turning a Jagmaster bridge into a Jazzy bridge would be a massive butthurt.
  5. the guy wasn't set on schallers just locking tuners - you can get locking klusons. drilling in for schallers is a long contorted devaluing method, and in fact terrible idea. bad advice dude.
  6. On the internet I've seen reports of jazzy's from early production that are as thin as 1 5/8" so it seems you don't need that much depth. My RI jag is a criminal 1 3/4" thick - f*cking heavy. What's a bogan?
  7. I lol'd a little. I thought that was a stereotype? I wouldn't let the lack of covers on the SD's deter you 'cos they can be had cheap off ebay as well. Like Robb said, vintage spec'd SD's could be way better than RI Fenders. Cool idea but why not just route the extra 3/8" for if you ever change your mind? If it's set up well and the arms out you won't get any noticeable movement. I f*cking love my Jag trem!
  8. I've never seen a Jag look so good with a buzz stop either. Don't know if its the leftiness or colour but it looks ace!
  9. Haha, yeah I'd like one of those too.
  10. If I had the money I would buy that right now. Check out their other items too - some quality guitars for sale.
  11. Nice! Even got the silica and plastic bags too! Do you thinks it'd be worth getting a stock(ish) white pickguard? It might be worth the effort if its raises resale value a bit.
  12. Wow, you know in the UK you can't get them below
  13. GET THE RICKY! It's my dream to someday own a 360/12. I wouldn't trust myself with one now, they're too beautiful and I'm too clumsy. Unless you'll miss the middle and quack positions of the strat you should go for it!
  14. You can see why in retrospect, 'crafted' sounds better than 'made', gives the impression that its more handbuilt and detailed - even though it doesn't carry any weight.
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