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  1. Are Jag Basses welcome here too? This is my heavily modded lefty flipped 2012 Pawn Shop Jaguar Bass
  2. Phahaha, brilliant! You didn't even start, and I like it already!
  3. Competition Burgandy '69 hell yeah! And it she has body contours, more comfort on the arm.. yup!
  4. For the new one: You should try to imagine it being a smooth line, the part on the right side of the bridge dips in too early. Like this (sorry for using ms paint XD)
  5. Not half bad, I like it.. the only small little detail i'd change is that you should follow the contour of the body more on the right hip if your guitar (if you know what I mean) instead of going in a straight line. this part
  6. Pretty sweet, only a little confusing when you try to explain it to people who don't know too much about guitars.. - A mix between a mustang and mix of mustang with a jaguar? So it's 75% mustang? ° eurr.. yeah! lol.. awesome XD
  7. Ok, hi everyone, I'm new on this forum. And I'm having a bit of a problem. I really love the shape, the overall looks and the history of the fender mustang in particular, the burgundy blue/lake placid competition stang. But I'm a really tall guy (6'7"). So my first thought was that my fingers weren't gonna have enough room to take certain chords. I've heard of a way to fit a neck to a mustang to increase the scale, but it's gonna look slightly odd, because you still have that small body. So my though was to make my own. Lining a mustang up with a 25.5 scale guitar, made me see that I'll
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