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  1. I saw your comment on my red stang. Not sure if you meant my red Jagstang or Mustang. My mustang has a Seymour Duncan TB-4 (The Fender spaced JB) and my Jagstang has a Lace Sensor Red Red Dually. Hope that helps. :D

  2. http://www.jag-stang.com/forum/user/2910-hnb/

    Hey man,

    I followed this link and saw your great job on the red stang. I was wondering what kind of humbucker you used at the bridge? I'm looking in to replacing the bridge pickup

  3. Hey jag-stang folk, I'm going for a real old school, blues tone for my 65' reissue stang. I have a telecaster for my rock/radiohead impulses. I've been considering changing out the bridge pickup for something with more "stank" and sustain. Any recommendations? I am a big fan of keeping instruments the way the manufacturer intended them to be, but I am all about considering options too. I really want to bring the blues back to life. Thanks!
  4. Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it. I'm going to get it set up next week sometime. It so great for Jazz/Blues! Love this thing.
  5. Sweet, I'm not sure how to do any of those things well so I'm probably going to take this to a local tech. Should I be concerned about moving the saddles around when I change strings?
  6. Hey jag-stang folks, I just bought a used, beautiful, 65' reissue. The thing plays so great and I'm getting great tones out of it. It took me a good hour to finally figure out how to change strings on the guitar. I figured out that I needed to cut the regular strings I buy down to a suitable size for the neck and then tune em up! After I did this, I've been noticing that I'm getting some substantial buzz on from the saddles on the high e string and it seems like I'm getting inconsistent intonation on the other strings too. I think that when I restrung it I moved the saddles around or somethin
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