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SmutVendetta

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  1. I mean that kurt cobain genuinely sucks.

    hahahahaha :lol:..and you're in the jag-stang forum?(like myself)...:

    Didn't read past this, you are very obviously new here.

    Does common sense really tell you that everyone on this forum would sit here and obsess about Kurt Cobain and Nirvana? Every single member here constantly for years and years? My common sense tells me that we would all bash everyone who holds that band/person in such high regards.

  2. He is/was way overated though. I'm sure anyone would sound awes0mez with 65 guitar tracks on one riff.

    I wouldn't...... I sound much better without layering..... maybe that's just me though.....

    Anywho, I can see calling Corgan overrated, cuz he kinda is, but I dun think he by any means sux.

    Definitely over rated. But everything that's ever been high on the charts on the radio is over rated. And in this day and age, he does suck. I hold no hopes for what Smashing Pumpkins now is, and or future projects involving Mr. Corgan.

  3. Single coils handle effects better than humbuckers. Humbuckers are totally gross sounding to me. Jazzmasters have a fatter and fuller sound than Jaguars. And if you're used to playing an SG you would be used to playing a JM neck, as they are both standard neck sizes as you said. So, if that's not too big for you, you should be fine. I vote Jazzmaster as well, even though you didn't list it.

  4. When i woz a kurtdsz kid tEh cvrtz wuz st1ll alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    :cry:

    :lol::lol:

    When I was a KuRdtZ kID I wanted a Jaguar long before I had even seen a picture of Kurt playing one. Always thought Jazzmasters were cool #### too, the Jaguar can't beat it's elder who fathered the design.

    i hate the jazz master

    Why?

    cos teh kurdizt did'nt play one.

    My thoughts exactly.

  5. Has the trading forum become obsolete now?????

    Its 50-100 posts iirc to be able to read these.

    Again, the guitar is not mine....I merely posted a link that I found in our local Craigslist here in Houston. But thanks for the offer, I may consider buying it if I can get a job in the next couple of days...

    Steve

    Oh duh. I didn't think about it after I clicked the link, lost my train of thought.

    Cool.

  6. Yeah it is I would say.

    And

    "The guitar's owner before me replaced the original double humbucker with a black one. My goal was to eventually rebuild this guitar to its stock form, but i never got around to it."

    LOL!!!

    This is just kinda confusing. If it doesn't sell, I can hook you up with the original humbucker. Your wettest dreams you had as a young adolescent, will be given new life.

  7. i hate the jazz master , but you cant go wrong with a jaguar and mustang are okay.

    Maybe your name should be Jaguar222 then.

    Jazzmasters FTW!

    Though I love all three, the Jazzmaster just has a fatter sound.

    The Mascis Jazzy looks revolting imo.

    Used to agree with ya when they just hit the shelves at a REASONABLE PRICE. But as time went on and I saw one at a shop and played one. I loved the purple, even with the anodized guard.

    The Jaguar may look elaborate, but is much more simple than it looks. 3 switches that don't really do much more than turning on and off pickups. Much like the toggle switch of the JM.

    Jagmasters, IMO, are the best of all worlds. The strat whammy bar is much better at staying in tune, and it's easier to find new parts. One downside, the stock bridge pup is terrible so I replaced it.

    Welcome to the forum. Never had a problem w/ the Jag/Jazzy tremolo keeping the strings in tune. The 'stang's vibrato unit on the other hand took very little work to get it to play w/out detuning, either stationary or after use.

  8. Man those puppies are loud. I'd love to take it off your hands if I had the cash right now.

    Why are you selling it for?

    Would you be interested in a 1970's Super Twin Stevie?

    I'm gonna be honest: selling a perfectly good combo amp that's head and shoulders above most other amps in its class, in terms of both quality and volume, just because you'd like a head and a cab instead is a bit daft in my opinion. Unless there's a particular model of head and a particular cab that you have tried and know you like more than the Twin, and can get for less than the Twin is worth, then I would say that you'll most likely regret it.

    Don't mean to burst your bubble or anything, just saying, if you actually don't like the Twin or know for a fact it isn't suitable for what you're playing, then by all means replace it, but just 'cause you'd rather have a head and a cab doesn't seem like a good enough reason to me, especially with an amp as decent as a Twin.

    I will agree. Though I've not heard the Mesa either...yet.

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