#1
Found this on the way home a few days ago. Struck me odd because it has a Jaguar body. Found it with one string, five tuners, one saddle, and the bottom half of the headstock is cracked off. I already ordered a new roller bridge and a set of tuners.
#2
Where did you find it?

Its probably an '60-'70s import Jag like copy.

Good find though!

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#4
Well, I didn't really find it, a friend brought it to me since he has no use for it. Here's a pic of the headstock:
#5
Good luck friend. Everyone needs a project to keep them entertained every once in awhile
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#8
After seeing the whole thing, you can look at it to ways....

1. A project to bring it back to its former glory.
2. A chance to create your own guitar.

Think about it. This is a blank canvas. This is the perfect stage for you to take it apart, customize it, replace parts, paint, modify... Whatever you want to do. I had this oppurtunity when I first started playing guitar. About 5 months after I had started playing, I got a gift, a knockoff strat. I couldn't do much with it as I had no idea how to customize guitars.

A year ago, after playing guitar for 2 years, I decided to start work on it. I slimmed down the body, carved out a handle into it, replaced the pickups with noisless, got a custom done pickgaurd, replaced the neck with a special ordered neck, without a label, painted and put a finish on that ****er, and wrote my trade mark quote on the guitar. It is now my Sig guitar.
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#9
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looks more like a mustang.


Naw, Jaguars have a more relaxed shape than the Mustangs.
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#10
its a cheap, import knockoff, end of. but still make a project of it and have fun restoring it, hell even email fender and ask about it
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#11
Question: How can I tell what finish it has?
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#12
Man, I've done so many of these types of projects (as you can tell in my profile gear pics ). I always try to restore it to it's former glory. But hey, go with what ya feel.
#13
Damn... the tuners came today, but they didn't have bushings. I'll get pics.
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#14
it looks like a Framus...?
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#15
Found a piece of good quality wood today (lol a 2 by 4) and I got around to thinking: how hard would it be to make a firebird headstock out of it? It's a righty being played lefty, so it would look like an actual firebird head. I'll probably paint the top black.
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Oh, finish the guitar, then spill whiskey and coffee on it. Lock in dank basement for several years, enjoy.

don't forget feces. i always get that on my axe somehow.