Will a fender jazz bass bridge cover fit a Jaguar bass?

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  1. KoalaBass

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    A standard plain Jazz uses a regular vintage fender bridge. If your bass uses a regular vintage bridge it will fit.


    How about you posting a Pic of the bridge they put on a Japanese Jaguar?

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    And providing measurements of the bridge, too....?
     
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    If you're talking a P/J Jag, then the Fender P cover fits nicely. I've done that before.

    If you don't mind partially covering some string access, then the J cover will fit, but to my eyes it would be too much of a good thing.

    For a more or less "standard" Jag, the bigger J version will fit nicely but it depends on the size of the bridge itself. Some oddball Fender bridges came on a variety of their oriental gear - as I found on a P that has a pretty massive bridge that NO cover fits at all..

    Pics, of course, are best when one posts a question like this.
     

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