The Fender Jaguar Club

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Haans, Oct 12, 2007.


  1. Haans

    Haans

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    Okay, since it's clearly hasn't been done before: Behold, the Fender Jaguar Club is hereby officially founded. Post a picture, PM me for a number. I'll try to keep records ;)

    Below is a shoddy picture of my black Jag. I assume member #1 and lug is member #2 :) Get yer numbers now!
     

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  2. Haans

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    #1 - Haans
    #2 - lug
    #3 - Jo6Pak
    #4 - Thornton Davis
    #5 - thedavide
    #6 - Ken R
    #7 - darthplagis
     
  3. Jo6Pak

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    I'm already in but you know what they say, no pic, no bass, so.......
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  6. Thornton Davis

    Thornton Davis Supporting Member

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    My last remaining Jag. I had 3 last year at this time. This one isn't going anywhere anytime soon.

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    TD
     
  7. thedavide

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    BassSurfer Supporting Member

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    awesome thread! i want to get a jaguar.. how do they differ with a regular Jazz bass tonal wise and feel.
     
  9. Ken R

    Ken R Supporting Member

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    I'm in. I have one in Hot Rod Red. Pix to follow. Send me a number please.


    Ken R
     
  10. Orpheus55

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    Mine is on order from MF and should be here next week. I like the look of that Ampeg B200R; does it work as well with the jag as it looks? Thinking of getting one of them too.
     
  11. thedavide

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    I think it works great with the Jag. As long as you understand it's a very warm, vintage tone. The EQ works really well also, to help shape your tone.
     
  12. steamthief

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    You sold your sunburst Jag!?!?! I wish I knew it was on the block. :bawl:

    The white is very nice - wish they offered them here, or in Japan these days.
     
  13. thedavide

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    Nice? :eyebrow:

    More like spectacular! An absolute classic!!!!
    IMHO of course.;)
     
  14. Ken R

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    Well........I have an American Jazz, butterscotch in color, with the S1 switch.
    The American jazz has the Jag beat in everything except looks. IMHO.
    However, the Jag looks cooler than anything else in my collection, and it plays and sounds great!
    The Jag also cost more than twice what the Jazz cost. (The Jazz was a pawn shop prize. $275 with OHSC:):hyper:)

    YMMV

    Ken R
     
  15. Haans

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    I wish there were pawn shops run by morons in my area too ;) $275 is a steal!
     
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    I'll reserve a place here since I just reserved a White Jag from the Fender Japan factory that is due to be in my hands in mid December. I can't wait! :hyper:
     
  17. darthplagis

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    ooooohhhh i wanna number too.....

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    you probably seen the bad pics before (yes it is LED's on the fret markers)
     
  18. mello_bedwetter

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    ok, I've never got to try one of the Jags, are they great sounding? I heard some good things about them. Are the necks slim kind of like the jazz's? Btw, to all...nice basses!
     
  19. Haans

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    Just a quick reminder that you should PM me for a number. I can't keep track unless you do :) Also; no reservations - you get your number when you PM me. And you better have the bass in your possession. As they say; no pic, no bass ;)
     
  20. Spoiled Grape

    Spoiled Grape I <3 Darkstar

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    Will post a pic of my new-to-me Jag soon.

    Also, this is seriously the first bass I've ever found my "ideal tone" right out of the box.
     
  21. lbwdog

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    HeHeHe, Glad to hear you like it Anthony. I did too but you enabled me to get this:http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=380479
     

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