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  1. I've finally got some time to get round to fixing up my Jag. I got it as a gift for my 18th birthday, (im 30 now so its been kicking about in this state for awhile) the dings were there when i got it. I didn't care as its all my folks could afford at the time and i was still over the moon with it. I'm looking for a few pointers for restoring the finish initially. As you can see its had a fair old whack to the back of the body, going right into the wood. I'd like to keep it sunburst if possible, but if that proves too difficult then a single colour would be fine. Also, I'm think
  2. http://imgur.com/a/jT7LY i bought this Mustang look a like from some guy a few weeks ago but i wanna mod it already. the switches on the wing are not the mustang type wings. they are just on/off switches. i want to buy mustang switches to get the out of phase sound you get from mustang when you set it to that setting. the problem is that i dont know if it would work or if the mustang is built in a unique way to support the switches out of phase setting.
  3. Hey, I'm new to modding guitars and I'm getting a squier jaguar soon that I want to change up. The most common comment I see about the jaguar is that its rhythm circuit is only useful for certain things like the woman tone. I feel like the rhythm circuit would be so much more useful and versatile if you could switch between pickups while it was activated. This could allow for an outrageous amount of tones from one guitar, and my idea is putting in a Gibson-style three way toggle as part of the rhythm circuit, and keeping the lead circuit wired-up with the three selector-switches and the hi-pa
  4. Hello Jag-stang forums! This is my first post! YAAAYAYAYAY!Y!Y!Y!Y Anyways, I recently traded my Fender Jazzmaster for a 2008 MIM Fender Jaguar because I like the shorter scale better, being I have relatively small hands. Here's a couple pics of the Jaguar. I just have a few questions, I am a n00b when it comes to setting up, inotating, etc on a guitar. I got this guitar because I wanted to make it my own, and I have a few plans for mods in the future, whether the rescourses here help me learn how to do them myself, or whether I pay a tech to do it is still up in the air. I don't like fudgin
  5. So I just got my first Jaguar. I got a vintage modified squier one because I got it durring a big sale, have always wanted a jaguar, & plan on doing a lot of work to it to make it my own. I know I need to switch the tremolo system for a locking one and I guess get it all set up. Anything anyone on here would suggest to me to do it (other than the "don't get a squier" comment) to get it to the best jaguar it can be?
  6. I have a 65' reissue Jaguar from 98', I got it from a big time producer who said many people who went through his studio played it and its been in a movie (he wouldnt tell me who or what movie, i tried). I got this guitar when i was about 17 and i begged this guy to drop his price and i told him how much of a fan i am of the guitar and i was a HUGE NIRVANA FAN at the time (still am but not as obsessed). Anyway he said that money isnt a huge issue and hed rather have it go to someone who would appreciate it and so i got it pretty cheap. When i took it home and started playing with it i love
  7. So I've been hunting for a jazzmaster for quite some time now (being a lefty makes it almost impossible) mostly for the trem system. I don't really like playing with the mustang trem all too much; it's too loose in my opinion (the whammy bar wobbles around too much) and I'm trying to do that whole shoegaze glide strumming thing. Also, the bar itself sits too low for me to strum comfortably, so I'm gonna try it with a JM bar first before deciding.. Has anyone done this? How expensive would it be? Would it ruin the guitar? If it ruins the guitar, I'm not gonna bother with it. I'd ra
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