I thought I’d share progress on my Jag parts build! Spec so far is a lovely flamed 9.5” radius Classic Player neck with Kluson single line tuners and a PV string tree for a pretty old school look. The mute is a Fender, as is the trem and Mustang bridge, for which I added aluminium shims to compensate for the flatter radius. I have the stock trem from my JM on here at the mo, but might take the AVRI trem off that and put it on this. Knobs are some leftover from a Jazz Bass. The plates are Axesrus chromed steel jobs and the pickguard is a Musiclily parchment, which to me is a better nitrate guard colour than mint. The insides will be vintage-spec’d and multicolour cloth-wired. I have a set of Pure Vintage 65s ready to go in. Currently working out if I can improve on the grounding and shielding scheme. I got the same tone caps as Fender use but did some research and bought the same parts from a general electronics supplier so saved about £10 in total! I got a Squier body as they’re pretty good, but mine has a sloppy neck route with a 2mm Broadcaster-style lip and the general routing is a bit off 60s spec so a good pickguard/mute/bridge alignment isn’t possible without serious modification. So, I’ll pass this on and I’ve ordered a 2-piece alder vintage spec body that’s going to get sprayed in Nitro. Currently strung up from checking alignment etc. I’m in love with the colour scheme... It’s basically a ‘62 Strat look on a Jag, which looks unusual but authentic at the same time. I look forward to posting updates!