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2012 JAG STANG

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I think people should now understand why the Jag-Stang Is shaped so oddly. Becasue the Jaguar is so much bigger than the Mustang.

the thing is, the body was really mostly a jaguar anyway, just the lower horn and the upper rump were the mustang. all the mustang stuff was the guts of the guitar.

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doesnt look too strange to me (the image that is) just looks like a strat with a messed up upper bout :P

The original jagstangs do have an odd shape about them, but thats one of the things i like

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the thing is, the body was really mostly a jaguar anyway, just the lower horn and the upper rump were the mustang. all the mustang stuff was the guts of the guitar.

Yes and even those componets dont 100% match the mustang. Haha.

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Yes and even those componets dont 100% match the mustang. Haha.

the switches do as does the entire tremolo system, the only thing that doesnt 100% match up is the pickguard, and thats only just slightly off. but for all intents and purposes, mustang trem, mustang control plate, mustang switching system.

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the switches do as does the entire tremolo system, the only thing that doesnt 100% match up is the pickguard, and thats only just slightly off. but for all intents and purposes, mustang trem, mustang control plate, mustang switching system.

I was refering more so to the Shape, like the treble horn isnt a 100% match, but the odd shape makes it even more unique.

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I was refering more so to the Shape, like the treble horn isnt a 100% match, but the odd shape makes it even more unique.

I dunno, it lines up pretty good with my 69 reissue.

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Ah man, this threads reminding me of a wacky experiment I tried in high school (which I wish I still had pictures of), one of the best bodies I ever build was attempting to make a JAguar body using my Jag-Stang. What I wound up with was the body for the Jaguar equivalent of those Dean Baby Z/ML/V guitars from the early 80's....basically a Mini Jaguar, all I had to do was a Jaguar style horn on the treble side and I got it dead on if not at least really close.

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