Setting up and personalising the action on my customised "Original '60's" Fender Jaguar
A properly cut bone nut is one of the keys to great tone - but cutting one properly can be a challenge. Even with the right tools and a refined approach - it can take a while. But it's well worth the effort.
Swapping out the nickel hardware on a Fender '65 Re-issue Jaguar neck, for a replacement set, in gold.
I've already done a dry-run assembly. So - now that the body has been finished and polished, piecing my JagStang build together again should be an absolute breeze...
I can finally see well enough to drop some Creamery "Alt 88"Jaguar pickups into my Custom spec Fender "US Original '60's" Jaguar. I'm wiring them up with a "Johnny Marr" schematic, and I'm especially looking forward to testing out the additional "neck and bridge in series" combination.
Grounding a Fender Mustang Tremolo unit, and linking the running ground wire to the internal copper shielding on my Jagstang build...
There are so many things to catch up on, at the moment. Time to start putting my newly-finished Jazzmaster together - with a couple of Staytrem upgrade options
Shielding a Fender Jazzmaster body with copper foil together with the, more traditional, brass plates and "tub".
With a lay-off fast approaching - I need to push on with a few spray painting jobs, so they can cure in the meanwhile. First-off - I'm priming the Warmoth JagStang body, ready for it's Sonic Blue, nitro colour coat
Sealing an alder wood body for my JagStang build. As always - the best-looking finishes rely on proper preparation