The Fiesta Red Jag-Stang prototype is up for auction at Juliens at this url:
Blog Post with details: https://www.jag-stang.com/2018/05/fiesta-red-fender-jag-stang-prototype-up-for-auction/
Auction closes at 05/19/2018 10:00 AM EDT.
The auction has now closed with a winning bid well above the estimate.
Winning Bid: $93,750
It looks like the guitar has ended up at Fender HQ in Scottsdale, Arizona based on this instagram post by Brad Traweek.
By Willem Mustang
Okay, this may sound a little weird. But I can just easily lift the knobs off the guitar. It was already this way when I got it and never took action to fix it.
I have no idea how it got this way. It's like they were never actually tightened. My question is, what's the best way to get them tight/locked in place?
So I can turn the knobs without worrying that they'll come off.
I been frequenting these forums and this site for about 2 years now and never made an account but made one today to share with a challenge of some sorts which I am doing. Basically, I call it the Squier Jag-Stang. Using the cheapest parts available on eBay I am trying to make a replica Jag-Stang using parts from China. May update with photos in the future!