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Fender Pawn Shop Reverse Jaguar Bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by TolerancEJ, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. TolerancEJ

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  2. exidor

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    I like the bridge it looks like a BA2 with a fender logo,and that's about all I care for with them.
  3. ggvicviper

    ggvicviper P is the Key. Call me Marc or Marky Potatoes. Gold Supporting Member

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    This was actually introduced last year - yes, it's Fender's Medium scale Fenderbird. I liked it when I played it. However, no demo out there on youtube is very good - often the players weren't so great or the bass needed a setup. Mainly both...
  4. Wallace320

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    Great punch and attack

    But the difference between mid and long scale, let alone humble, it's still perceivable, and I own an AXL Violin bass, which is 30", and a Fender Precision jr. which is 28,60" (my son's)

    It's not even the "reverse" body thing... I own an Epiphone Thunderbird Pro and an ESP/LTD Phoenix, which is nearly the very same...

    So, what about the Reverse Jaguar?
    I go on: I owned a Fender Modern Player Jaguar. I also owned a Squier Vintage Modified Special

    So, what about the Reverse Jaguar?
    So, what?

    Cheers,
    Wallace

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