I glued up and carved out a couple of old spruce 2X6's for my latest build. I like the the new Jaguar Classic Player they've come out with, but I'm not a fan of the chrome plate/pg combo that the Jag has so I used a Jazzmaster pg. Luckily a bucker with a mounting ring just about covers the P-90 hole. What I really like is the use of the blend pots to fade from single coil to humbucker mode; makes for some really nice tones. I bought the two buckers off a member here; one is a genuine Fender and the other is vintage Yamaha with massively deep polepieces. The neck is one of those economy unfinished GFS pieces. I cut my own Strat style headstock, gave it a fret dressing and topped it off with vintage style tuners. I was able to get nice close action. Plays and sounds great; the only thing I'm not sure I like is the body-it looks to me as though it needs to go on a diet; a "fat" Jazzmaster if you will. I may dissassemble it and trim it down to more closely resemble the actual thing?