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The original shortscale guitars; Mustangs, Duo-Sonics, Musicmasters, Jaguars, Broncos, Jag-stang, Jagmaster, Super-Sonic, Cyclone, and Toronados.

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I don't like the look of a jagstang, all the rest of your guitars are gorgeous. What year are the Mustangs?
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Is that Alstang or another Mustang in the corner?
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1962 Fender Jaguar

Bought this earlier this year as a 30th birthday gift to myself. After having a refret, and some sanding down to the shrunken pick guard to allow the pickups to be adjusted, it is now my best playing and sounding guitar by far. It's a refin, but other than that everything is original.

The Mrs found me a genuine 1962 Fender ad to go with it, which is nice :)

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GreenKnee wrote:1962 Fender Jaguar

Bought this earlier this year as a 30th birthday gift to myself. After having a refret, and some sanding down to the shrunken pick guard to allow the pickups to be adjusted, it is now my best playing and sounding guitar by far. It's a refin, but other than that everything is original.

The Mrs found me a genuine 1962 Fender ad to go with it, which is nice :)
Where did you get the refret done, and how much was it? My Jazzmaster needs a refret and I'm in the same area as you.
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NickD wrote:
GreenKnee wrote:1962 Fender Jaguar

Bought this earlier this year as a 30th birthday gift to myself. After having a refret, and some sanding down to the shrunken pick guard to allow the pickups to be adjusted, it is now my best playing and sounding guitar by far. It's a refin, but other than that everything is original.

The Mrs found me a genuine 1962 Fender ad to go with it, which is nice :)
Where did you get the refret done, and how much was it? My Jazzmaster needs a refret and I'm in the same area as you.
A chap called Andy, http://www.ozzyowl.co.uk/ , up in Meersbrook.
Here's the prices he emailed me:-

Refret (Rosewood/Ebony Unbound) – £150
Refret (Rosewood Bound) – £180
Refret (Maple Unbound) – from £200
Refret (Maple Bound) – from £225

He usually uses stainless fretwire, but was absolutely fine with my request for normal, vintage size fretwire.

I'd recommend him 100%, top bloke


http://www.ozzyowl.co.uk/the-workshop/r ... er-jaguar/
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Thanks, I'll have a look.
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Well, isn't that just about the nicest guitar you'll see all day. Nice, classy looking setup too. Happy belated 30th. Getting a guitar for your 30th is a good idea. My lovely wife was generous enough to by me a floral Jem for mine. Same same, but different...

Anyone know where the prison stang is?
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That's a gorgeous Jag.
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gusman2x wrote:
Anyone know where the prison stang is?
The Prison Stang? Shad has it; here's it being played by Homelander at the FLBQ:


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Anyone know where the prison stang is?
The Prison Stang? Shad has it; here's it being played by Homelander at the FLBQ:


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So fucking cool.
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My Jag was a 30th birthday present to myself...26 years ago....
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so you're 80 then
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Just think how many birthdays Dots has had in that time!
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gusman2x wrote:
Doog wrote:
gusman2x wrote:
Anyone know where the prison stang is?
The Prison Stang? Shad has it; here's it being played by Homelander at the FLBQ:


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So fucking cool.

Look how happy I am !!! This could be the last documentation of me happy
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Doog wrote:Homelander
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Noirie. wrote:Is that Alstang or another Mustang in the corner?
What corner?
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