#1
Well im new to this
so.. here we go

I have a japanese jaguar
I.. hate the floating bridge!
I dont play soft.. or too hard
But whatever I do a string seems to find its way off the bridge..

yes ive brought it to my local music shop
they "fixed" it
but its been the same since the day I got it

.. so now after a long, antaganising few months with the guitar
i am fed up..

I am going to change the floating bridge to a.. standard bridge..
well not personally..
but i am not sure if this is at al possible

I need all the advice you all have to offer

thank you,
Jack
#4
This is a problem with all jags

The most common answer is to put a mustang bridge on it, sorted my old one out fine.
#5
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This is a problem with all jags

The most common answer is to put a mustang bridge on it, sorted my old one out fine.

My thinking exactly - I don't know what a standard bridge means to ts, but the mustang bridge is pretty good.

Then again, I don't have a real problem with the jazzmaster style bridge either.
#6
jags are made for heavy-er string so u may wanna get a mustang bridge and swap them its that most jag player do

Guitar : Fender CIJ Mustang and a Telecaster
Amp : 76 fender champ
Pedals : BBE green screamer, Big muff, Ibanez LU20 Pedal Tuner, boss loop pedal
#7
Like everyone eles said: Get a Mustang Bridge, all Jag Bridges have that problem. The best thing is that Mustag and Jag bridges are the exact same when it comes to instalation, so it's really easy to swap them.
Rig
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#9
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lol @ KC not being mentioned yet

Kurt Cobain had a Jag!!! LULZ
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#10
Thanks everyone!
Ive looked it up on ebay
and ive found a mustang bridge and a buzzstop
Thanks again,
Jack