#1
Hi. I own some American Stratocasters and Telecasters.
Have been looking at the 24" neck on Jaguars and Mustangs.
Also, the nut sizes between the Strat, Jaguar and Mustang are different
as well the differences in the radius and and neck "C" shapes.
I understand the differences. Had a 1965 Mustang as my first electric guitar,
but, that was a story long ago.


Question: Are there any Fender Factory produced (USA MIJ MIM) guitars
that have the normal Stratocaster body, but with a 24" short scale neck?
No matter if once produced and/or currently produced.
I do not even care if it is a Squire or Starcaster, as I will modifiy it anyway.



I've heard of the Jag/Stang Jag/Strat Strat/Stang, etc.

Did Fender actually make those? or make a Stratocaster with a 24" neck? Thanks
Last edited by Toppscore at Aug 15, 2013,
#2
Maybe the fractional sized ones. You could try other brands or travel guitars in the strat shape. I guess there isnt much room on a strat to relocate the bridge, now that I think about it. But I can't ever remember seeing a true full scale 24" strat...
I only feel like me when I'm behind my ax...
#3
Quote by slayer1979
Maybe the fractional sized ones. You could try other brands or travel guitars in the strat shape. I guess there isnt much room on a strat to relocate the bridge, now that I think about it. But I can't ever remember seeing a true full scale 24" strat...



Thanks.

Probably will go Warmoth or another mfg.
Much appreciated.
#4
I'm going with a Fender Mustang SS, Jaguar HH
and a Jaguar Bass guitar. No need to reinvent the wheel.
#7
a squire jagmaster has a strat bridge and a 24 scale neck. well 2000 and 2001 jagmasters have a traditional strat scale neck but all other years are 24 scale. Im almost certain the necks would bolt up to any strat body as the jagmaster has a strat bridge.
#8
I'd love to hear/see you play these guitars, Toppscore.

Do you have any recordings?