We introduced The Jag-Stang Registry nearly 2 years ago as a project to find out how many jag-stangs are still around, the details on them, and where they’ve ended up. We couldn’t be more happy […]
Back on April 1 2008 jag-stang.com put up an April Fools joke about Fender introducing a Jag-Stang Bass. Email still comes in to this day with people finding that post and not realizing it was […]
Fender has published a web article detailing the history of the Fender Jag-Stang. (by Jeff Owens) Check it out here: GUITARCHIVE: THE JAG-STANG (fender.com)
Hentai No Baka is at it again with another cool guitar project. He has customized a fiesta red jag-stang into a metallic green jag-stang with additional other changes! Below is a tiny sampling of the […]
Hello everyone! Today we are introducing a new section on jag-stang.com called the Jag-Stang Registry. As the jag-stang becomes a rarer and more unique guitar the Registry aims to understand where all the jag-stangs have […]
We always like to highlight the projects forum members are working on. And here is another recent project from HNB. A custom made jag-stang featuring some of the following: TK Custom Guitars jag-stang body, MusicMaster neck, […]
Forum member Garagetone recently posted up some info and photos about a Jazzstang project he is working on. You can see a few select photos and quotes from his thread in the post below. To […]
punkacc9 has put together a great video tribute to the jag-stang! It’s a slideshow of great jag-stang photos backed by nirvana soundtrack. You can see the video embedded below but also check out the […]
Check out the very detailed fender jag-stang video review brought to you by David Taub at nextlevelguitar.com. David goes over all the details of the jag-stang, the history behind it, and plays a bit so you can hear what it sounds like. Check out the post to see the video.
It’s been well known that there were 2 original prototype jag-stangs made by Fender at the time Kurt Cobain died. In this post we show off some photos posted to the forum by ‘prospect’ of the fiesta red prototype jag-stang in the Fender Museum.