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  1. Thanks so much! I agree about the tortoise shell. The white pearl pickguard is definitely nice, too, but I'd wanted tortoise shell on this for a long time.
  2. Several years ago I posted about how I was kind of disappointed in my Jag-stang. The output seemed kind of weak, the intonation wasn't great and the wolf tones on the low E string around the 12th fret were horrible. I recently decided to just see what I could do with it. I was nervous to mod it, since I really wanted to keep all the original parts. So, I decided to just do a full swap of the electronics, pickguard included. While it still has some issues that I haven't been able to figure out, swapping out the pickups was by far the best decision I've made in terms of upgrading. The intonation
  3. Awesomely late reply (sorry!), but thanks for the suggestions. However, I'm not a novice when it comes to guitars and I've successfully set up my Jaguar, James tyler Variax, Schecter C1EA, Jackson King V, Fender Bass VI, etc. I agree, it's not hard to set up a guitar and to teach yourself how to do it. I have plenty of guitars and about 20 years of experience with them now and the Jag-stang is the only one that has proven impossible to set up correctly. I've taken it to a number of friends and a couple shops and they were all as baffled as I am about the issues. Maybe I should do a quick video
  4. Purchased new from Guitar Showcase in San Jose, CA mid 1995. Unmodified Sonic Blue Made in Japan Serial U003471 I love it and won't sell it, but it's honestly not very good. I've never played another one, so I don't know if I just got unlucky, but the intonation is horrible, it doesn't stay in tune, the pickups are kind of weak and really noisy and there's a very strange over(under?)tone starting on the low E string. It becomes more pronounced the higher up the fret board you play and it's definitely not fret buzz. It's hard to describe, but the few people I've taken t
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