Combining the classic lines of a Fender Vintage re-issue Jaguar, with Creamery "Alt-88" pickups, and "Johnny Marr" style, 4-way switching
Having changed the neck on my Candy Apple Red Jaguar - I now need to dial in the neck action, and check all of the previous setup perameters
"You put the hardware on - you take it off... On... off... on... off..." ...reverting to my original plan
A couple of minor "catch-up" tasks to progress my Custom "Extra Width" Jazzmaster build. Mounting the pickups, and toning the Pau Ferro fingerboard
After deciding to swap around the necks on my Jaguar projects again - I need to swap the hardware out on this lacquered AllParts JGRO neck. There are also a few areas of damage I need to clear up...
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.