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loveboat 02/04/2004

Fender '62 Jaguar Japan Reissue : loveboat's user review


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Fender Jaguar Japan
2 single pickups jaguar
lockable pretty weird vibrato and devilishly effective, provides baucoup Control (you can also pull in a tone so)
channels lead / rhythm-rhythm: I think that channel couples the two microphones into a kind of hb, not sur.Rglage flight and indpendant tone.
-Lead: 3 switches (handle mic on / off, mic bridge on / off, Cut Filter on / off), vol, tone for this channel

Channel TRS end, I like
Access in acute very easy, I play a lot APRS 12th fret on the strings graveset it is very easy to play
lgre fairly well balance
trs sound is versatile and can get the type tl, trs edge of the channel bottom and sound much warmer on the channel up and switch between the two in a boost , very practical.
Nevertheless, the mastery of rglages ncessite a little practice before any master well

I play noise rock group, the trip hop, the exprimental (great for controlling vibrato note of feedback), types of walks (alone), branch of a hot rod deluxe pass through of a big muff, a vox, and a (sic)
ax 1000 g for delays, tremolos and other reverbs
The sound is very typical (Listen placebo) and I like normment
let's try before the buy

I have been using for over a year
versatility and the trs are typical strengths
I put 9 because electronics is trs fragile (I had to change a switch and I have the virtual knob theft of the lead because I had broken and I do not longer used)
I tried a lot of MODELS before, and that it matches my strong inclination for the fuzz and sounds suspicious (I also possde sg epiphone firebird spcial and is now life goes trpas, RIP)
RAPORT the q / p seems to me really not bad compared a gibson.
I Rasht hsiter if no one had just suffer the same fate as the firebird (even if it's been a nice one, I need to stop rubbing the amp with full of distos)
I do not understand that many are changing the mic for a bridge hb, it is so well