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Very enjoyable demonstration!
The first guitar I played was my Dad's '60s MiJ Classical (shown alongside a Raven Les Paul copy):
He gave it to me back in the '80s (shown...
The Jazzmaster is ideal for subtle shimmers, it is not really suited for dive-bombs.
It's musical; not a sound effect from a movie.
Yamaha makes a very nice guitar, you get a lot for your money. I'd clean it up and repair/replace the push/pull pot, put some fresh strings on it...
^ I bought it back in 2017. Not a lot of information provided, but here's what the seller said:
It does not take standard Fender or Squier...
It's sorta like going from 3 on the Tree to 4 on the Floor, a wee bit different, but you adjust without too much trouble.
I'd like to try something along those lines with one of my spare Jazzmasters, thanks for the inspiration![IMG]
I'll always remember the ad with Steve Marriott in Guitar Player magazine:
Down the Breadwinner Rabbit Hole!
It was a '70s Mansfield Goldtop bolt-on, traded it in on a 1962 Jazzmaster.
Several years ago, I gathered up a bunch of parts and made a...
^Sweet! Looks fantastic, well done!
Maybe just because I've followed this thread, but these guitars are starting to pop up on the local craigslist.
Just scanning craigslist this morning and a similar model popped up.
I've got a Lyle project that has been under the bed for years, due to the difficulty of finding the correct parts for it. The pickup rings are...
I like it a lot, checks a bunch of boxes on my list.
Love offsets & P90s, but just acquired a Fender Modern Player Telecaster Thinline Deluxe,...
I used to have a Dano '63 Re-issue Baritone. Got it off craigslist for $150.
It's a Fender Modern Player Telecaster Thinline Deluxe project.
Got the bare body off eBay, used some P90s & a harness I had on hand and found a...
I've got a Fender Modern Player Telecaster Thinline Deluxe (whew, that's a mouthful!) with P90s that checks a lot of boxes.
I swapped the stock 3...
I put the Xaviere partscaster together for my wife, as she fell in love with the Squier VMJM.
The smaller size suited her better, but I found both...
I had a Xaviere XV JT-100 Jazzmaster-style and it was smaller. Here you can see a Squier JM pickguard sitting on top of the Xaviere, you can see...
I've got a thing for the P90 equipped bantam-sized Epiphone hollow & semi-hollows: L-R: Casino Coupe, AlleyKat Studio & BluesHawk.
You used to be able to order the parts from Denny's Guitars: http://www.dennysguitars.com/parts1.html#anchor_21983...
My older VMJM & JMJM models both had evenly applied shielding paint. The JMJM was a bit quieter with its metal pickguard. I have since beefed up...