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  1. http://www.jag-stang.com/guitars/pickup-selector-switching-mod/ wire the humbucker just like you would the single coil...
  2. well the original bridge supplied for the Jag-Stang is a mustang bridge you can always try the Modified Mustang Bridge by Warmoth, or get the Mastery Bridge and just call it a day
  3. you were destined to be it's owner! congrats!
  4. exactly what I was thinking... I suggest to follow the original Fender Mustang wiring diagram. Jagstangs were meant to be wired like the Mustangs.. I have personally wired over 15 Jag-Stangs and have the following with great success... Just wire the humbucker in the bridge as if you were installing a single coil pup
  5. As far as the pickguard in concerned, go to WD MUsic Products. They make many different options that fit the jagstang like a glove! Follow this link: http://www.wdmusic.com/pickguard_jgs_1200.html As far as pickups are concerned, I have a Duncan SSL-1 in the neck, and Duncan TB-4 Trembucker in the bridge. Pickups will only get you halfway there. You must change out the crappy Japanese pots and wiring they use. As soon as you change out pickups, and do a complete re-wire with quality parts like CTS & Switchcraft, THEN YOU WILL TRULY NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE! Follow this link t
  6. No they do not. The Jaguar Case provides more room for the larger body shape. There will be more room for the guitar to move within. the Mustang case was meant to fit the Jagstang
  7. It's honestly worth as much as someone is willing to pay for it. I see jag-stangs on reverb.com all the time that sell from $450-$800
  8. yes sir..I do believe you have the correct model# you need. They are just the American Vintage Strat/Tele Tuners http://www.fender.com/guitar-bass-parts/tuning-machines/american-vintage-stratocastertelecaster-tuning-machines-nickel-set-of-6/
  9. The Jag-Stang case is just a Mustang Case.. Here is a link to it...http://www.americanmusical.com/Item--i-FEN-0996121X-LIST?src=Y0802G00SRCHCAPN&gclid=CN3SkMD_p70CFdBqfgod06gA-A As for the tremolo arm, a mustang arm is what you want. You are using a mustang tremolo system and bridge, so any replacements would be Mustang parts. Here is a link to the Mustang tremolo arm..http://www.allparts.com/BP-0274-001-Mustang-Tremolo-Arm_p_937.html
  10. Jagstangs are wiried eaxtly the same as Mustangs are.. Folow this diagram and you will have no problems at all! I have wired many mustangs and jagstangs and promise this is the corrct way for your desired liking.. Just wire the humbucker as you would the single coil... http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&docid=c5VHopTmY0rCmM&tbnid=8h5wzAcP991zAM:&ved=0CAYQjRw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.jag-stang.com%2Ffaq%2Fmustang%2Ffender-mustang-wiring-diagram%2F&ei=jXkuU9GaKoraoASJr4GgCg&bvm=bv.62922401,d.cGU&a
  11. Follow this link...you should be able to find what you are looking for here... http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Hardware,_parts/Electric_guitar:_Screws_springs.html
  12. With the stock bridge, you would have to raise the bridge. There are a few other options though.. 1) Lower the Tail Peice all the way down to increase the string tension. Also check the relief on your neck. Perhaps you need to adjust your truss rod a 1/4 turn. 2) You could get a Warmoth Modified Mustang Bridge. Its a Mustang bridge that allows you to raise the saddles individually. A $47.50 fix Here is a link to this...http://www.warmoth.com/Modified-Mustang-Bridge-Chrome-P616.aspx 3) You can get a Mastery Bridge. This is the king of all bridges for Mustangs/Jazzmasters/Jaguar
  13. Here is my 1996 Jag-Stang. I purchased this brand new when I was in the 7th grade. Still rocking the hell out of it 18 years later! I have personally done many mods/upgrades to this guitar - Gotoh Locking Vinatge Tuners - Warmoth Vintage Chrome Bridge - Seymour Duncan SSL-1 (neck) - Seymour Duncan TB-4 Trembucker (bridge) - Custom Made Red Tortoise Pickguard from WD Music Products - Re-painted the inside cavities with conductive paint - Shielded the pickguard with copper tape - Completely gutted the insides of the guitar out. Handwired it and used the following: - All wire
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