araT wrote:You may well need to move the bridge in order to intonate properly, I'm not entirely sure in the case of JG/JMs, but that's the case with other guitars.
If I were you I'd buy a jazzmaster & convert it into a jaguar the pickups, control plates & rewiring would set you back less than a new neck, moving the bridge, refinishing, etc.
dietzebra wrote:hi, sorry for bringing this in here but i couldn't find how to post a new topic .
I own a fender Jaguar Fuji-gen Plant 94-95 with matching headstock (red), is it a crappy japanese model, or is it ok ?
I can't find any information
ifeelpretty wrote:I realize this is fairly expensive but I am a lefty and I am already looking at spending 1400 to get a japanese one so if i am already getting hosed i might as well get really hosed.
Jaguar018 wrote:If you are looking to spend $1,400 and have this special plan I'd suggest contacting stereordinary (Paul) and see what he could build for you. My guess is that your price might be close to what he'd charge.
ohm-men wrote:I also made a 25.5" scale Jaguar 2 years ago. As far as the sound goes, it sounds like a jag, just a bit deeper.
Anyway, my Full scale Jaguar (or Jazzuar, as I sometimes call it) is a guitar that gets played a lot, perhaps even more then my Jm.
ohm-men wrote:Here's a old pic of the Jazzuar aka Full Scale Jaguar (with a Affinity Squier Strat neck, Tusq Bridge and CIJ Trem)
It now has a 96 MIJ Jm neck, AVRI Jm bridge and Trem. Guard is soon to be replaced by a mint green one and I'm gonna do a matching headstock too.