If so, let's see them!
I've always steered clear of Jags because I always considered them 'hipster' guitars, but lately I'm digging them.
I'm finding myself preferring 0ff-beat and funky guitars.
Did you find the fret spacing to be a bit weird at first?
There seems to be more Jags around now, especially with Fender now having the American Professional ones.my music teacher back in the 60`s rocked a Jag, and I've been GAS`n for one ever since. Not many around, I never did find one. I do have a blacktop HH Jag however. I like the feel of the shorter scale, very comfortable. The pickups were lacking flavor, but I switched them out to Vineham Humdogs (P90 in a HB format) and it now sounds wonderful.
Jazzmasters are cool, but I find they can feel big and cumbersome.Yeah , I am a die hard tele guy and still like to dabble in the offsets . I love surf music so it fits , I haven't found the spacing weird or anything and I actually prefer it to my Jazzmaster which I just sold here.
I also have 2 Fender Duo Sonics, a 1966 Fender Musicmaster and had an Eastwood Airline . All offset guitars
Yeah, I think it's because the body length on Jazzmasters is a bit longer past the bridge, so even though it's regular scale length, there's the illusion of it actually being longer.Exactly my thoughts as well ! Even though it is the same scale as a strat or tele , it just felt cumbersome to me . The Jaguar is not like this .