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About weezgrrl

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. Hi everyone, Just wanted to let you forum readers know that I just listed my '95 Sonic Blue Jag-Stang for sale up on the Classifieds section (here: http://www.jag-stang.com/Classifieds/viewItem.php?id=96), and also on Craigslist (here: http://seattle.craigslist.org/est/msg/1060709658.html). I hate to part with this thing, as it has some sentimental value for me, but I've never really played it and I've fallen on some tough times. Thanks for reading, and feel free to let me know if you have any other questions about it that aren't answered in the listing.
  2. Yeah, that's certainly an option, though I don't want to disassemble the guitar - I just contacted Fender about it to get their official response. I mean, I don't believe either of our guitars are illegitimate in any way, I just think too many people are starting to believe that the 50th Anniversary models were the FIRST Jag-stangs released. And I would hate for my guitar to be undervalued by that.
  3. Whoops - I meant to write the 50th Anniversary edition stockers, not the 60th! Anyways, I'm going back and forth with this guy - he says his was among the first released, which is true, it was within the 1995-1999 release of Jag-stangs, but his model started with a "U", not a "T". And he's saying that there were none before his batch, because, in his opinion, as the "T's are 1994-1995, and there were none made in 1994, there aren't any "T"s. Urgh!
  4. So, I've been scouting out eBay for Jag-Stang listings, as I'm interested in selling mine and wanted to determine its fair market value. I've come across something that is really unnerving, though, at least for me. A lot of sellers are indicating that the 60th Anniversary models are the very first run of Jag-Stangs released (along with serials that start with "U"). I purchased mine as soon as it was available in the US, in 1995, and mine starts with a "T" serial number (earlier than the "U" models, according to the Fender site). And yet some of these people are stating that ALL of the "fir
  5. Finally, here's a pic of my Jag-stang's serial: And yeah, I've decided that I need to sell it. Harrumph.
  6. I bought my Sonic Blue Jag-Stang in December 1995. Had to have it on layaway for awhile to afford it! Anyways, the SN is T032624, Made in Japan. Unfortunately, I'm moving soon and might have to sell it. Pics to come later.
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