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i just saw this diagram on an article on the Fender website

 
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 8:03 pm    Post subject: i just saw this diagram on an article on the Fender website Reply with quote

its all good for the most part until you get to the rhythm switching section



according to the dumbass that made this diagram, turning off the neck pickup switch in the lead section (which, like yall know, is completely inactive in the rhythm mode) will turn off the neck pickup when the rhythm section is active lmao who's mans did this shit
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 8:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Fri May 05, 2017 12:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

it doesn't even have a mastery bridge on it either
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PostPosted: Fri May 05, 2017 12:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

lmao i just read this article about the history of the jaguar and the dude fucking straight copied a few paragraphs and pasted them in later with slight modifications like dude what are you doing

like, these two sections are almost identical:
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Its relatively smaller size notwithstanding, the Jaguar was indeed billed as Fender’s new top-line guitar and was nothing if not feature laden. It had an offset body—distinct from the Jazzmaster’s offset shape—and featured separate bridge and floating vibrato units. And if the Jaguar’s distinctive shorter scale length and extra fret weren’t all that obvious on first glance, the sheer amount of chrome and controls were.

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And the Jaguar was nothing if not feature laden. A beautiful guitar, it had a Jazzmaster-like offset body (the two weren’t identical—the Jaguar’s upper horn was and still is sharper than the Jazzmaster’s), and like the Jazzmaster it had separate bridge and floating vibrato units. And if the Jaguar’s distinctive shorter scale length and extra fret weren’t all that obvious on first glance, the sheer amount of chrome and controls were.


and it happens again with this paragraph:
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The Jaguar had the most elaborate circuitry of any Fender instrument. Although it and the Jazzmaster were dual-circuit guitars (lead and rhythm), the Jaguar’s lead circuit was more complex, with three slide switches on a chrome plate on the lower horn (compared to the Jazzmaster’s single toggle switch). The first two were on-off switches for each pickup; the third engaged a capacitor that served as a low-end filter, producing a more cutting treble tone (informally known as the “strangle” switch). The Jaguar’s rhythm circuit consisted of a single slide switch on the upper horn that delivered a more bass-heavy neck-pickup-only sound, with its own adjacent volume and inset tone wheels (all mounted to, of course, a chrome plate).

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With more controls than any other Fender instrument, the Jaguar had the most elaborate circuitry of any Fender instrument. Although it and the Jazzmaster were dual-circuit guitars (lead and rhythm), the Jaguar’s lead circuit was more complex, with three slide switches on a chrome plate on the lower horn (compared to the Jazzmaster’s single toggle switch). The first two were on-off switches for each pickup; the third engaged a capacitor that served as a low-end filter, producing a more cutting treble tone (informally known as the “strangle” switch). The Jaguar’s rhythm circuit consisted of a single slide switch on the upper horn that delivered a more bass-heavy neck-pickup-only sound, with its own adjacent volume and inset tone wheels (all mounted to, of course, a chrome plate).

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The Jaguar was also the first Fender guitar to be offered with a variety of neck widths. Four options were designated A, B, C and D from narrowest to widest—standard, slightly narrower than standard, and two wider than standard. These options were also made available on the Stratocaster and Jazzmaster from 1962 on.

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The Jaguar was also the first Fender guitar to be offered with a variety of neck widths. Four options were designated A, B, C and D from narrowest to widest—standard, slightly narrower than standard, and two wider than standard. These options were also made available on the Stratocaster and Jazzmaster from 1962 on.


there's even more but i think three examples is more than enough, this is the funniest fucking article i've read so far. i pulled a fucking essay out of my ass like in the beginning of 10th grade that we had to do as a warm up in the beginning of the year and that shit got a fucking college level grade, my teacher showed it off to all the other teachers and pinned it to the wall as an example of a good essay, and this guy probably got paid to churn out this copy pasta bullshit and post it like what the fuck lmao
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