#1
Ok, so yes, this might be a noobie question but i'm curious...what are all the switches and stuff on a jaguar for? plus, what are the advantages of such things and differences between a jaguar and a jagstang? thanks for any explanations...
#2
The two knobs near the input are the volume and tone for the bridge pickup

The two rolls-switches near the upper horn control the volume and tone for the neck pickup

the three switches on the pickguard are for in and out of phasing.
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#4
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stop.

goto Ibanez.com.

thank me for returning your sanity later.


wtf?
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#6
I see I've educated you all in Jaguars so well that you dont need me anymore *sob*

So I'll give you some facts:

Tremelo/Whammy bars were designed to REPLACE finger vibrato.
The Fender Mute was designed to REPLACE palm muting.
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#7
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The two knobs near the input are the volume and tone for the bridge pickup

The two rolls-switches near the upper horn control the volume and tone for the neck pickup

the three switches on the pickguard are for in and out of phasing.


No man, not quite. The two by the input control the 'lead' circuit, the two by the horn control the 'rhythm' circuit. The switch by the horn changes between 'lead' and 'rhythm'. Even with all controls the same 'rhythm' has a different sound. The three on the pickguard control, from left to right: strangle (bass cut)/bridge pickup (on/off)/neck pickup (on/off).
#8
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differences between a jaguar and a jagstang? thanks for any explanations...


Jagstangs look terrible. Jaguars don't.
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oh yeah? well larry king the slayer guitarist owns bc rich guitars. (i think)