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  1. I love the sound of my jag through my Fender Vibroverb, so I'd recommend that
  2. yeah all the jags i have seen of his are fully stock. he only owns the fiesta red one now (which anthony bought him when he rejoined th peppers)...the rest of them were lost in his house fire/sold for drugs.
  3. Frusciante: Blixa Bargeld (back when he was in The Bad Seeds) recording at Abbey Road
  4. sure Rick no problem I have a larger version, that one got resized by photobucket. PM me if youd like me to send it
  5. heres a pic my my jag and my amp (as well as my old beat up strat behind it) taken yesterday before i went out to jam with some people...
  6. wow, nice jag. I hope my reissue looks something like that in a few years welcome to the boards
  7. mmmmm thanks for that! I think ill go with Ishibashi this time again, as I am very happy with my 3TS, but that's very cool. I wonder if they have Fiesta Red....I'll have to email them....does anyone here have a fiesta red Jag?
  8. wow.....MIM strats are horribly overpriced where you are.... my first electric was a MIM Strat, left-handed, which cost $379 canadian, and it actually sounds great. very nice low-action, nice sounding neck pickup and a nice feeling fretboard..... regarding the jag bridge, I replaced mine with a mustang one, and it's great. I'd recommend that, unless you get the TOM working
  9. not very exciting, I know, but this is what im thinking of getting for my next jag...either fiesta red or LPB....i guess I should probably check if Ishibashi has lefty Jags in these colors first p.s. i know that sometimes photobucket doesnt show pics....not my fault though
  10. haha i think they are selling that at starbucks here. either way i thought I saw a jaguar on the cover, I wasnt sure though. haha cool pic
  11. cool, that might be useful once i get my mustang. I was thinking about doing something similar to what you did, with the white pickguard... except im curious how easy/hard it will be to hunt down a left-handed pickguard and black PU covers (for a decent price at least)
  12. yeah thats a little high. use the little allen key you have, and turn the screws in the two posts counter-clockwise as much as you want until you have it at a level thats good for you, and your frets arent buzzing
  13. I cant give you advice on all that, but here's what i can say: 1. the bridge is an easy drop in install (unless you bought the saddles only..which means you have to take out the jag saddles and replace them with the mustang saddles, which is what I did.) Saddle replacement can be a bit of a tedious job, but once you get it, its an easy, moderately quick install. 2. Strings. Go for whatever gauge you like. I use EXL110s on my Jag, and they are just right. If you go for a heavier gauge, they will not slip as much on the Jags saddles (and therefore possibly cause you to re-think replacing them
  14. i cant tell from pics if the SJAG1s are flat or staggered? thanks
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