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FDP Forum / Fender Guitars: Jaguars & Jazzmasters / Thin Skin Jag Question

BrentD
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Jun 23rd, 2014 09:11 PM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

I've been eyeballing a Classic Player, but I've come across a TS Jaguar that looks pretty cool. One question I have, though, is about the pickups. Do the pickups in the Thin Skin Jags hum-cancel when both pickups are on?

Also, if anyone has played both a TS and a CP, any discussion of neck profiles would be nice. I've played both but not at the same time.

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Jun 24th, 2014 06:51 AM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

Not sure about the Jag, but my Thin Skin Jazzmaster DOES do the hum-cancelling thing with both pickups on (i.e., one of them is reverse wound).

The TS neck profile was described as "Modern C", but mine is a little beefier than most Modern C's I've played on the American-built Strats. The 9.5" radius and med-jumbo frets likely contribute to that feel, as well.
FWIW - my JM is one of the nicest Fender guitars I've ever played, let alone owned. This one is definitely in the "lifetime keeper" category.

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Jun 24th, 2014 07:02 AM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

Haven't touched a TS anything, way out of my price range.

My CP Jag has an absolute baseball bat of a neck, bigger than any of my other 24" scale Fenders or Squiers by a mile.

It's not unpleasant or uncomfortable, but I wouldn't exactly call it a typical Jaguar neck.

Not sure if mine is an anomaly or not.

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Jun 24th, 2014 07:46 AM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

I have a TS Jag. and it does what you are asking. It is basically a 62 AV Jag with some extra bells and whistles.



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Jun 24th, 2014 08:11 AM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

reverendrob, I like that description of the CP. The one here is big, too. Not as big as a new AVRI Tele neck or something like a Hot Rod 62, but nice. I like big necks and I cannot like. You other brothers can't deny.

I have a J. Mascis JM and if I were to step up to a TS or AVRI, I would have no qualms about doing it with a JM. I love that guitar. I just haven't played any at any level that have felt better put together than my Squier. I did spend a year finding the right one, though.

But I've never owned a Jag. I stupidly passed up an opportunity just after college to buy a pair of '62s that the guy was only selling as a pair for $1900. It would have cost every penny of credit I had, but sometimes I think I should have done it. I like the CP pickups and I often don't get along with really expensive guitars.

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