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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Bruxist, Oct 1, 2020.
Ok, ok, who beat me to this?! Ha! I was just logging in here to post the video for you fine folks and someone has it here already. My thanks. I'm sure there is much I don't know, and you folks always help me out.
I really enjoy watching the Five Watt World videos and will definitely watch this one. A long time ago I played with a guy who had a Jaguar and always thought it was an intriguing guitar.
Just a big fan.
Sweet! Thanks for posting this.
Been diggin’ my VM recently! So many great tones and the wammy is white lithium butter!
I love these. Surprisingly, there aren't a lot of quality guitar documentaries on YouTube. I'm always checking to see if anything new pops up.
Thanks. Actually, I started making these because I couldn't find a Tele video that satisfied my curiosity.
Second that. I think these documentaries are really good and informative.
You're doing wonderful work, Keith. Subscribed and donating.
Thank you! I was waiting for an episode about the Jag. Great channel
Thanks man! Really appreciate the support!
Keith- If you take requests, I'd love to see A Short History on the development of the P90 and PAF.
Keith, I've watched most of your videos and enjoyed them so it was high time I subscribed to your channel. I was checking out your t-shirts too but I'm unclear as to what carrier is used to send them to Canada. Is it USPS or another shipper? If it's USPS then Canada customs will likely just wave them through without dinging me for duties.
That's on the list to make...but it's getting to be a long list. Its like the old jokes about "job security".
Hmmm, I honestly don't know for sure but I believe they use USPS for all the "domestic" aka not Europe and beyond shipping. I'll check with my merch vendor and double back here.
I really enjoyed this one about the Jaguar. Well done dear sir, congrats!
Thanks Keith, I appreciate that. I hope your merch vendor doesn't use UPS to ship to Canada because they seem to be worst for adding on extra charges for importing goods into Canada.
Your Fender Jaguar video was another great one produced by you and I'm watching it again. I'm also starting to go back and rewatch all of your older ones in case I missed anything the first time around.
I LOVE my Jagmaster (basically a Jaguar with an HH layout, a Strat-style bridge, and a simple volume/tone control). It is just a lowly Squier that I painted and replaced all the electronics, but it has sustain for days and the best playing neck I've ever seen (I did sand it down a bit to get the profile I wanted). I also love the short scale. The ONLY thing I don't love about it is the placement of the pickup selector switch- too easy to hit when I'm playing aggressive rhythm. Other than that, it is phenomenal.
It has relegated my expensive guitars to their cases for the past 9 months. I just can't find anything to NOT love about it.