Fender Jag-Stang MIJ SOLD
Made in Japan Fender Jag-Stang
I don't know much about these so consider this a request for crowd-sourced information about it. Any illumination will be appreciated.
I suspect the bridge pick up is an upgrade (tho' I could be wrong).
I know it has been rewired and its' inherent design is complicated enough that I won't say it reacts the way it is supposed to on paper, but plugging it in, it seems to me everything works.
In the middle position, both slider switches are at idle, which is to say they yield no signal, but on either side of their center position, I get lots of varied tones, especially combining the 2 pick ups.
The humbucker has more output than the neck single coil (there's a surprise).
Generally the wood work, and geometry is good. It displays a good deal of honest-to-God natural relic'ing which I think is pretty cool. Paint/finish splits on either side of the neck pocket are cosmetic and not wood cracks.
Those photos that have a greenish caste are generally very close to the actual color, which my iPhone impudently refused to capture without my massaging it back to reality.
Plays well, sounds really nice and generally lives up to its' Grunge heritage.
Has original case