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Fender Jaguar Wiring Schematic?

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by BruceBass3901, Feb 16, 2011.


  1. BruceBass3901

    BruceBass3901

    Oct 17, 2009
    Wickham, UK
    Hello there guys :)

    I'm currently part way into building a Fender Jaguar copy and can't seem to find any wiring diagrams or schematics. Can anybody lend a hepling hand here? It would be very much appreciated :)

    Thank you :)
     
  2. johnk_10

    johnk_10 vintage bass nut Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 16, 2008
    Thousand Oaks, CA
    John K Custom Basses
    jaguar_wiring.
     
  3. sweet thanks...printed a copy and keeping in my case!!
     
  4. also, my series/parallel switch is now wired backwards and it has more electronics "noise" than ever haha. I am prolly gonna have to take it somewhere else.
     
  5. RonnyRobinson

    RonnyRobinson

    Jun 10, 2013
    My Fender Jag bass has begun creating a lot of noise when im not touching the strings, so i thought id have a nose under the input plate. While doing this, a wire has come off and i cant tell where from! Ive seen the wiring diagram posted above but it looks different to what i have here! Urgent help required!
     
  6. Blue9

    Blue9

    Jul 22, 2012
    Portland, OR
    Can anyone tell me the pot values for #11 and #12?

    My master tone only modifies the tone by a small amount. I'm going to check the cap, but since pots are cheap I was thinking of replacing the pot/cap entirely.

    The active tone rollers (#12) don't do anything at all. I've triple-checked the wiring and everything is correct. Again, figured I'd replace the pots and see what happens.

    Lastly, if I were to wire in an onboard fuzz effect would this work:

    Replace Volume with stacked Tone/Volume.
    Replace Tone with Push/Pull.
    Output from light green (#24) into fuzz, then out of fuzz into newly installed Push/Pull, then out of P/P into jack?

    Another idea was that if I can't get the active tone rollers to work, to wire the fuzz to one of those rollers. But I don't even have a guess as to how the wiring would work. I'm assuming if I disconnected the wires from those pots that go to the pre-amp that it would kill the active side of the bass. Can I bypass the rollers by just connecting the purple/grey wires and the dark green/orange wires?
     
  7. SakuBass

    SakuBass Lvl 6 Pixelpusher Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2013
    Turenki, Finland
    Previous owner has replaced the original PU:s with Bartolinis which have a nice sound in passive, but the active side is botched. Any experiences if this is something that regularily happens because of x when ppl change pickups to Jaguar Deluxe Bass?
     

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