For Sale: Bass Guitar Strings and Accessories, The TB Bazaar: Gear For Sale from our Sponsors, For Sale: Double Bass Amps, Strings & Accessories, Wanted: Bass Guitars, Amps, and Accessories, Wanted: Double Basses, Amps & Accessories, (You must log in or sign up to reply here. Narrow/tall frets may not work so great on a Jag. We are an authorized Fender dealer and this guitar comes with a full manufacturer warranty. However, four things stick out that concern me. For now I'm concentrating on the Jaguar since this one has the most obvious changes compared to the Vintage Modified version. The Classic Vibe ‘70s Jaguar® turns up the volume on retro style and produces incredible tone courtesy of its dual Fender-Designed alnico single coil pickups. Squier Classic Vibe '70s Jaguar 2019 Surf Seafoam Green Min Block Inlays SS Vintage Vibes. The Classic Vibe ‘70s Jaguar turns up the volume on retro style and produces incredible tone courtesy of its dual Fender-Designed alnico single coil pickups. Also, have you had an opportunity to compare the current 32" scale Squier Jag to the discontinued 30" Squier VM Jag? That remains to be seen. The switch from basswood to poplar should mean that screws will not strip the wood as easily, as basswood is soft by nature. Squier Classic Vibe Jaguar Bass, medium scale, 2020 model (made in the Samick factory, Indonesia) Hi, as many of you more experienced bass players may know the Squier classic vibe series has often offered incredible value for money in the past. The saddle change from traditional Jaguar to Mustang was just plain stupid, but there they are. ), Does Anyone Sell/Make a “Faux”worn Finished Bass. New '70s Classic Vibe model guitars for 2019 from Squier across three models... ...but is the build quality still there? But maybe I'm wrong. I really want this guitar to not be crap. The Jag is already a buzzy guitar by nature, and putting narrow/tall frets on it may cause even more fret buzz. TalkBass utilizes technology from Skimlinks that may give us a small affiliate commission on purchases made via links on our site. The switch of nut material is also welcome as the old plastic nut gummed up fairly easily. Small hands will appreciate the short 24” scale length and slim, comfortable “C”-shaped neck profile with an easy-playing 9.5”-radius fingerboard and narrow-tall frets. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. Haven´t been able to find one of those SS versions I´m afraid, so I can´t compare. Smaller like a short scale, or bigger like a 34" scale. Body size? I hope I am wrong, because otherwise, guitar players who buy this Jag are going to scream really loudly that they paid $400 for crap. The change to AlNiCo may have not been the best move, but time will tell on that one. Gold Supporters see zero ads! Changes to The '70s Squier Jag Compared to Vintage Modified Version **The review of the Sire U5 will be posted on my Facebook page sometime next week. Having played a 2009 Made in China CV Precision bass for quite some time (the made in China 2008-2012 series of Squier CV basses are still considered by many of the pro-players, modders and collectors as the best Squier basses ever made, comparable in both fit and finish to the earlier JV series, which go for crazy amounts of money these days). Supporting Members list unlimited gear with no listing fees in the Classifieds, get instant Keyword Alerts, and get Free Shipping at the TalkBass Store. This Jaguar is faithful to the original with a vintage-style … Added to your cart. A Flash Flood of Gear. Hopefully, it won't be. And it was done in a way where some high quality work went into production of CV guitars. Maybe these '70s Classic Vibe models have the same build quality as the China CV guitars. Ever since Classic Vibe was introduced, all the guitars were made in China, or "Crafted in China", as it were. Neck tinting also looks great. Neck binding is always cool on a Jag, no complaints there. Model details below: The Classic Vibe ‘70s Jaguar® turns up the volume on retro style and produces incredible tone courtesy of its dual Fender-Designed alnico single coil pickups. However, the '70s CV guitars are made in Indonesia. Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Van Uffelen Donovan, Sep 8, 2020. Personally I´ve owned, modified, played and gigged quite a few of them, and I was always pleased and often even surprised by the … Most of the changes to the Jag are good ones. Any idea how someone could install a EMG Geezer Butler PJ set with two Volume/Tone pots on that bass? Can I damage my cab by playing too loud too low. The Classic Vibe Jaguar Bass turns up the volume on retro style, combining the iconic body shape of the Jaguar with the massive tone of its Fender-Designed alnico pickups. For the guy who can't decide between a Strat and a Tele - Fender Deluxe Nashville Telecaster, Help with guitar setup (it's more than just adjustments), Nickel plated vs pure nickel guitar strings, Three things I've learned from driving around DFW, Headstock logo treatment changed to '70s styling, Body material is poplar instead of basswood, Body finish is gloss polyurethane instead of gloss polyester, Pearloid block inlays instead of parchment dots, Fret size changed from medium jumbo to narrow/tall, Pickups changed from Duncan Designed to Fender Designed AlNiCo. More on that in a moment. Looking closely at the full scale up and down the neck it really doesn't show however. 997. Why does this matter? It's because the Vintage Modified series has always been made in Indonesia, and from my experience, Crafted-in-Indonesia Vintage Modified Squiers are a notable step down in build quality compared to Crafted-in-China Classic Vibe Squiers. Thank you for your support! Merritt Island, FL, United States. Up for sale is a new Squier Classic Vibe 70s Jaguar in Surf Green. The old Duncan Designed JG-101 pickups on the Vintage Modified Jaguar really sounded good, and had a nice full sound to them. From examples of other CV jag owners that put in the GZR set I´ve seen it looks like the GZR butler set is a drop in replacement, you would just have to strip the cables coming from the pickups a bit , solder them to the vol/tone poti´s and you should be good to go. The CVs made in China are great and always have been. This is Fender/Squier capitulating to dumb players who play their guitars caveman-style and constantly knock the strings out of the saddle grooves. Small hands will appreciate the short 24” scale length and slim, comfortable “C”-shaped neck profile with an easy-playing 9.5” … What this ultimately means is that now you're paying Classic Vibe prices for a Vintage Modified level of build quality. Now that the OP drew attention to the alignment of the bridge, it appears mine is off by a similar minuscule measure.

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