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About Ranger-X

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  1. You really have no idea what you're talking about, do you? I think you mean like a 12-bar blues, where you shift the top note. In which case I don't think those are considered power chords. Anyways, I voted no. I mostly play triads and simply play the top two notes if I want a power chord sound.
  2. Ah. You're right about that, I guess I had forgotten. I suppose that I was referring to the post-CBS bridge pups, somewhere in the neighborhood of '66. They sound a lot like the duncan repros, which I quite like. Speaking of which, my jag has been disassembled since November; this week hopefully I will find some time to finish wetsanding it, then I'll apply some nitro and buff it. Oh yes, what can I do to darken up the color of my fingerboard? As you probably well know, some MIJ jag suffered from a light-brown colored fingerboard, and mine's one of 'em.
  3. Here's my gear: Left to right: 1992 Ibanez RG570, stock Home-made guitar, with little '59s and a Kahler bridge 1994 MIJ Fender Mustang, parts guitar basically 1997 Squier Stratocaster ProTone, with Fat 50s Not pictured: 1994 MIJ '62 Jaguar reissue (oh wait, it's in my sig...) Two other home-made guitars Fender DG-22CE acoustic 1984 Fender Am. Std. Stratocaster
  4. It's...different. Kind of like a ballsy strat pickup, but still retains that Jaguar sparkle. However I much prefer the bridge pup in Jaguars.
  5. where've you played an american reissue? i've never seen one in any shop, anywhere, ever. first time i played one was when it came through the post from the musicwarehouse. perhaps a little silly of me to have bought one without playing the actual guitar first, but that doesn't matter, cause it's the best guitar i've ever played. personally, i don't like japanese jaguars. they sound tinny, feedback a lot. look plasticated. feel cheap. and also don't come with a hard case or many of the features that make the US jaguar so quirky and cool. I agree with most of what you said, but I can't say th
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