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  1. For finish stripping, prepping, decal, and refinishing visit here; http://reranch.com/ I recommend you join the discussion forum and ask for tips there. Everyone in there is really nice and helpful. Be sure to take photos of each step and post them!
  2. Found it here http://kurtsguitarsnow.blogspot.com/ I've been staring at these non stop. How cool is this?!
  3. Here http://kurtsguitarsnow.blogspot.com/200 ... stang.html It references jag-stang.com too Jon D asked me to use the pictures I took at the Fender Museum of the red JS. Really neat idea he has with this blog.
  4. He is asked about the JagStang at around 7:12 in this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cu0dmNWG ... re=related
  5. I'm terrible with Photoshop. I was hoping someone had a photo somewhere similar to that. I'll keep an eye out for the black/white J-Stang photos.
  6. Can someone please post photos of a black JagStang. I know there are some out there. I'd love to see some. Especially with a tortoise guard!
  7. Does anyone have any photos of a Fiesta Red JS with a red or brown tortoise shell guard? Please post! I'd love to see it!
  8. Are you sure about that? I worked at a dealer at the time and we received some of the first batch. They had MIJ stamped above the SN#, and both the "Designed by..." and 50th anniver. sticker. This was sometime in 1995. Also I have a Guitar World magazine from March 1995 that talks about Fender considering the release of the Jagstang for later that year. Can you confirm your statement with some photos/evidence that there were some made in 1994 (aside from Kurt's)? It seems highly unlikely.
  9. I'm not familiar with the tag you're describing and I'm extremely curious. Could you post a photo of it?
  10. I searched these forums and noticed that these photos of Kurt's red Jag-Stang prototype were not posted. These photos are from Fender's Museum in California from a few years back. It is my understanding that this is now currently on display either in Seattle or Cleveland. "We were getting ready to ship the red Jag-Stang to Kurt when we heard the news of his death" - Fender http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f370/ ... G_6188.jpg http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f370/ ... G_6190.jpg http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f370/ ... G_6189.jpg On Kurt's drawing the surrounding information you see is for when it was scanned for "Journals". The "blacked out" area is contact information for Kurt and his guitar tech which was to not be printed in "Journals". Note; The forum wouldn't let me post the photos directly because they are too wide. Feel free to download and modify/repost, etc..
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