#1
I don't know how to group these all...are they all short scales...?

The jaguar, mustang, cyclone, jagmaster, jazzmaster, jagstang...

Anyway, out of em all, which one is best?
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#3
they're offset waist, the Jazzmaster isn't short scale

EDIT:

also, you forgot the Fender Bass VI

i like the Jazzmaster best.

EDIT:

you also forgot the Fender Musicman & Duo-sonic.

i think that's alll the offset waist ones
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#5
It really depends on your style. I would choose the cyclone or jag-stang, because it fits my style: punk, rock, ska, and blues. What style of music do you plan on playing with it?
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#7
I love the jazzmaster's big fat sound. Its got hella sweet cleans for blues and jazz.
With low gain it is great for funk.
I haven't tried the other ones though.
#8
They're all totally different guitars tbh...
Just a similar surfy grungy thing going on with the looks. But the sound and feel is something else entirely with each guitar.
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#9
Well, which is best for blues and the full spectrum of rock.
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Well, which is best for blues and the full spectrum of rock.

Cyclone or Jag-Stang, imo.
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#14
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you also forgot the Fender Musicman & Duo-sonic.

meh...basically mustangs. Only diffrence is the Musicmaster has on pickup and the Duo-Sonic has no vibrato.
#15
mike einzinger (Incubus) played a jazzmaster.
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