65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

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65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by CurtisNovak » Wed Oct 25, 2006 2:34 pm

Here is a Jag I got in recently to reverse some modifications and return to stock, thoroughly clean, remove rust, and polish,  and fully document for insurances purposes thought you all might be interested.
This was totally original except for a wire running from the rhythm circuit, and a tunomatic bridge.

http://www.curtisnovak.com/vintage/Jaguar65/
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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by daydreamdelay » Wed Oct 25, 2006 3:25 pm

mmmmm burgundy mist and chrome 8) :-*

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by mezcalhead » Wed Oct 25, 2006 10:57 pm

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by zhivago » Thu Oct 26, 2006 2:45 am

mezcalhead wrote: Image

my thoughts exactly!!!! :D


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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by sookwinder » Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:06 am

can somebody here turn homer (above) into an icon that we can use as a "drool" icon ?
relaxing alternative to doing actual work ...

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by zhivago » Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:11 am

sookwinder wrote: can somebody here turn homer (above) into an icon that we can use as a "drool" icon ?
that is a great idea!!!

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by mynameisjonas » Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:45 am

kinda like this?Image

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by sookwinder » Thu Oct 26, 2006 8:02 am

yeah sort of, but I thought if it was actually homer then we'd get extra laughs as well.....  you guys choose what to do.. programming aint my bag, unless it is fortran4
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Post by mynameisjonas » Thu Oct 26, 2006 8:24 am

he´s kinda small....Image

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by Coronado » Thu Oct 26, 2006 11:06 am

mynameisjonas wrote: he´s kinda small....Image
Image   


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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by bassVIst » Thu Oct 26, 2006 12:37 pm

CurtisNovak wrote: Here is a Jag I got in recently to reverse some modifications and return to stock, thoroughly clean, remove rust, and polish,  and fully document for insurances purposes thought you all might be interested.
This was totally original except for a wire running from the rhythm circuit, and a tunomatic bridge.

http://www.curtisnovak.com/vintage/Jaguar65/
oooh

i wish i could have kept that Burgundy Mist '65 Jag that i bought from you...

and forced myself to get used to the shorter scale
:)

whenever i do my longscale Jag project, it's DEFINITELY gonna be BMM

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by DarrelT » Thu Oct 26, 2006 12:44 pm

Is that the ReRanch BMM?

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by CurtisNovak » Thu Oct 26, 2006 2:27 pm

bassVIst wrote:
CurtisNovak wrote: Here is a Jag I got in recently to reverse some modifications and return to stock, thoroughly clean, remove rust, and polish,  and fully document for insurances purposes thought you all might be interested.
This was totally original except for a wire running from the rhythm circuit, and a tunomatic bridge.

http://www.curtisnovak.com/vintage/Jaguar65/
oooh

i wish i could have kept that Burgundy Mist '65 Jag that i bought from you...



and forced myself to get used to the shorter scale
:)

whenever i do my longscale Jag project, it's DEFINITELY gonna be BMM


Hey buddy! long time no talk... ya sold it uh?

DarrelT:  No this is not one I refinished this is an original finish not a refin.  I use the OEM Dupont paints that one pictures is my paint stick matching the guitar.  There is some fading and yellowing of the finish but when you get in the trem cavity and such it is a perfect match.
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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by fullerplast » Thu Oct 26, 2006 2:43 pm

No this is not one I refinished this is an original finish not a refin
... and a gorgeous example at that. What a beauty, so rare in that condition.

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Re: 65 Jag in Burgundy Mist

Post by Stereordinary » Fri Oct 27, 2006 11:51 am

Burgundy Mist is no question my favorite color on a Jag.  That guitar is beautiful!
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