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    Default What do all those switches do on the Jaguar

    Well I was playing a Jaguar at guitar center, and I was wondering what they did. I tried switching them around, but they didnt really make much of a differance. I asked the salesman, and he didnt know what they did. (big suprise there ) Im sure theres somone on here that knows.
    one day i will think of somthing witty to put here...

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    There is a control layout diagram for the Jaguar on mrgearhead.com 8)
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    where on the site is it? i cant find it anywhere?
    one day i will think of somthing witty to put here...

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    schematics 8)
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    http://www.mrgearhead.com/

    Check out under Fender and at the top it says "DiagramsGuitar/Bass Wiring and Switching Diagrams" link.

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    alright thanks guys
    one day i will think of somthing witty to put here...

 

 

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