I've always (ok, since age 12) wanted a jaguar. I loved the neck, the body shape was perfect, and the switches were super cool. They were also out of my price range as a teenager, and there were never used ones, just ones from the 60s and brand new ones, locally. Now it's still on the short list of guitars I want, but I'm not as much a fan of the trem on them as a mustang, and while the pickups and switches are cool, I really just want a tele bridge and bridge pickup with a jag neck pickup. So, build a partscaster, right? Well, jags all have a jaguar tremelo and bridge, or a tune-o-matic. I'm cool with routing a body a bit and installing a bridge, but it gets dicey here: Where exactly would a tele bridge need to go on a jaguar body with a jaguar neck to be properly set up and intonated? If it's the same as a jazzmaster, picking up an offset tele/jazzcaster body would work, then new neck and pickups, done. I dont think it will though. I'm also not certain which hardtail jaguar would work best. Maybe I have to find one with a tune-o-matic bridge and shop for a tele Bigsby bridge? What would be the most practical way to create a partscaster/mod a jaguar into having a tele bridge?