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Fender '62 Jaguar Japan Reissue
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valskater valskater
Publié le 07/29/08 à 10:26
Reissue Fender Jaguar factory in Japan

-Pickups: single coil Fender Jaguar (which I replaced by two DiMarzio Humbukers ^ ^)
Floating Bridge, "Fender floating tremolo" (by Fender) and a bridge ^ ^ m ****
-2 Circuits: circuit rhythm with two switches on / off switch for both pickups (neck and bridge and a switch to soften the sound (very remarkable-_-) and of course adjustable volume and tone x)
Circuit lead (bridge pickup only) with the activation switch on / off and volume and tone rglage INDEPANDANT! (Attention x])
Channel-shaped "C" pitch with 24 "and 22 frets

Ben Bridge Floating APARs that dregle every 2 seconds and microphones that are "presence" to remove the parasites, this guitar is pretty and has a nice design ^ ^

The neck-and quite pleasant (although the frets are too big-_-)
Mcaniques against them by ... they are zero, crappy, horrible, etc. ...
-L 'treble aus ACCS is very easy thanks to the design of the body (and yes, finally something good ^ ^)
Guitar-quite light thanks aus utiliss types of wood (but hey it is nonetheless demanded!-_-)
We can get a good sound because the guitar is pretty versatile thanks to all possible combinations with switches, etc ...

Despite all the good-default, this guitar and when I was looking for the same (due ... uh thanks to Kurt Cobain ^ ^)
Good-I played with a fender frontmann 100W and a boss DS-2 and a small clone electroharmonix: the sound of the jaguar goes well with all ^ ^
-The sound of the Jaguar with or without Humbukers's still fat at the same time that's why what was relived during the grunge wave in the early 90's ...

The sound is rather good and not greasy dsagrable a hearing (even with shaking at max ...)

For two years (still not broken! Finally ...^^)
The price for the Japanese version is correct: 639 euro https://www.thomann.de/fr/fender_jaguar_62_rw_3csb_ltd.htm
If I buy a different guitar, I can be a repeat but a fender jaguar classic player (with another bridge x]) or a mustang ..
In any case I will stay on fender!
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