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Whose Your Favorite Jaguar or Jazzmaster guitar players?

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"I am my own"- not arrogant at all

You say that like I care whether or not people think I'm arrogant. Honestly and truly, I don't. However, should I ever start to care, I'll be sure to send you a PM, letting you know first, mkay?

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you cared enough to make a post. mkay?

im suprised no one has mentioned mbv yet.

kurt didn't really play a jag, he did but it didn't have the jag quility associated with a player of the instrument.

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First of all, it was nothing more than an 'off the cuff' comment meant to be humorous. Keep your catty remarks either to yourself or in a forum where they belong, like shortscale.org.

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MASCIS MASCIS MASCIS.

I dont own any Jazzys anymore as i love the Jag but J's the man imo.

MBV, Ride, Happy Mondays, etc. for the Jag.

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John Frusciante, although he tends to use strats more.

Also Kevin Shields and J Mascis. Oh, and John Squire.

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Otis Rush- (Chicago blues cat- Jaguar)

Tom Verlaine- Jazzmaster

Clive Timperly (the Passions) - Jaguar

Bob Wootton (with Johnny Cash)-Jazzmaster

Chris Dreja (Yardbirds)- Jaguar and Jazzmaster, both

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Kurt Cobain, Gavin Rossdale, Elliot Easton, and Ric Ocasek were those who got me into these guitars.

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Johnny Marr.

i'll second that - not only is he a guitar genius, he takes full advantage of the jag's (and jaz's) quirks, jangly guitar solos, he doesnt try to "rock out", and uses the tremolo for what it was meant for- vibrato. And he's a guitar genius.

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Johnny Marr.

i'll second that - not only is he a guitar genius, he takes full advantage of the jag's (and jaz's) quirks, jangly guitar solos, he doesnt try to "rock out", and uses the tremolo for what it was meant for- vibrato. And he's a guitar genius.

I'll third that.

Being a Smiths fan i always associate Marr with Rickenbacker and 335's... i forget he has used a Jag for some time.

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