I finished my partscaster Jaguar last night! The specs are: Fender Classic Player neck with a lovely flame. 9.5" radius and modern C profile. Kluson Deluxe tuners in nickel 2-piece alder body from GuitarBuild.co.uk, finished in Olympic White nitro AVRI mute, trem and pickguard Pure Vintage '65 pick-ups - had to charge the magnets on the neck but it plays great now Pure Vintage string tree and strap buttons CTS/Alpha pots, Vishay capacitors and Luxe wiring Switchcraft jack Fender MiM Jazz Bass knobs and bridge (which is leftover from my now upgraded Jazzmaster) Axesrus for other bits Quite a journey creating this... Without doubt the most complex build I've done and everything including the mute, shimming, etc adds complexity to this thing. Fender really threw the kitchen sink in 'em. Build thread here: http://www.tdpri.com/threads/jag-build.930958/ You can really see the flame here. Great luck for a MiM neck! The pickguard (Which I bought used) is dulled down a bit and I filled and buffed out a gouge using superglue, 1500 grit and buffing compound. You can barely see it now. And here's the new kid on the block with his Jazzer brother. They make quite a groovy pair. Here's a sound test I did of the various tones including the mute. The playing's just some basic riffs and chords in a 60s/80s/90s style but it gets the point across. One of the reasons I missed my Squier Jag is because it took pedals so well. This takes them even better. There's a little hum from the amp (something in my house) but as you can hear, the Jaguar design plus the extra shielding I put in make the guitar itself pretty quiet. All played through a Blues Junior III with a Lavalier mic dangled in front of the speaker!