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Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:05 pm
by bacongrease
Ro_S wrote:I looked through this thread but I couldn't find the following info:

what are the DC resistance readings typically found on the stock 'Duncan Designed' pickups used in the Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar and Jazzmaster guitar models?

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these are the model no.'s:

Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster

Neck Pickup: Duncan Designed™ JM-101N Single-Coil Jazzmaster® with Alnico 5 Magnets
Bridge Pickup: Duncan Designed™ JM-101B Single-Coil Jazzmaster with Alnico 5 Magnets

Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar

Neck Pickup: Duncan Designed™ JG-101N Single-Coil
Bridge Pickup: Duncan Designed™ JG-101B Single-Coil Jaguar
Huge faith in anything VM / DD. Really good stuff.

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:01 am
by Tidepoolbay
Nice work!

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:30 pm
by cyber7unk
hi. i am from russia, i buy this guitar "fender jaguar 66-85 cij" . I have trouble, it is guitar noise create. My english very bad, i need your help. I give this video, in this video i show how she noise create. When i touch hand, noise don't create.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw9eAWcqRKc&t=54s

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:28 pm
by pikmin
cyber7unk wrote:
Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:30 pm
hi. i am from russia, i buy this guitar "fender jaguar 66-85 cij" . I have trouble, it is guitar noise create. My english very bad, i need your help. I give this video, in this video i show how she noise create. When i touch hand, noise don't create.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw9eAWcqRKc&t=54s
I have the same problem with my CIJ Jaguar . I changed theickups, the pots and the jack input but I still have the same problem. I asked some guitar techs here in Belgium and they said to redo all the wiring and the soldering . One even told me to shield all the cavities...

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 9:41 am
by DeathJag
Just got the avri pure vintage ‘65 pups to replace in the 60s avri jag. I’m expecting miracles.

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:08 pm
by BlueSparkle
cyber7unk wrote:
Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:30 pm
hi. i am from russia, i buy this guitar "fender jaguar 66-85 cij" . I have trouble, it is guitar noise create. My english very bad, i need your help. I give this video, in this video i show how she noise create. When i touch hand, noise don't create.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw9eAWcqRKc&t=54s
This issue is the tremolo bridge earth point. in MIJ/CIJ models, the earth wire is too small and often does not contact the bridge properly. Replace the earth wire (black) with a new wire, make sure you strip off the wire insulation and ensure it is long enough to be bare underneath the metal tremolo and into one of the screw holes.

When you screw down the tremolo bridge, the bridge will 'earth' the strings as well, and this will reduce the noise problem you have.

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 6:49 am
by Electrodux
Has anyone who has a Johnny Marr sig model tried putting a treble bleed on the volume? nI really like the sound of my pickups (despite the low output) but wish the volume know was a bit more useful.

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 11:22 am
by kewpie
Hi Guys, long time listener, first time caller.

Are the 'AVRIs' detailed in the OP the same as the Vintage 65 Pickups one can buy in most places? I can't even search this thread for the term 'vintage' as it's too common!

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 4:15 pm
by timtam
kewpie wrote:
Wed Mar 13, 2019 11:22 am
Hi Guys, long time listener, first time caller.

Are the 'AVRIs' detailed in the OP the same as the Vintage 65 Pickups one can buy in most places? I can't even search this thread for the term 'vintage' as it's too common!
The 0054443000/0054444000 pair were used in the AVRI62 JM. The 0094012000 / 0094013000 pair were used in the AV65 JM .. which are believed to be the same as the Pure Vintage 65 paired set (0992239000).

You can buy the AVRI 62 pair under their original part numbers but not the AV65 pair under theirs ... only the PV65 set ... which Riley says 'Comes stock in the Fender American Vintage ’65 Jazzmaster reissue' ..
https://darrenriley.com/product-categor ... r-pickups/

Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Posted: Wed May 01, 2019 5:21 pm
by giantsteps
I'm sure someone has thought of this...but if you wanted to test how a 500k or 250k pot sounded you could rig up a little input jack/output jack thing to plug into series with your cable with a 1M resistor between signal (tip) and ground (ring) for 500k pot sound or a 330k resistor between signal and ground for a 250k pot sound. I'll try it this weekend for kicks...

input jack resistor output jack
tip--------------------1M----------------tip

ring-------------------1M----------------ring

Best,

Chris

Jaguar wiring problem

Posted: Tue Jun 25, 2019 1:34 pm
by spangler41
My Player Jag is modified to use 3 pickups which are switched by the 3 slide switches. I had a custom pickguard made for 2 strat and a tele pickup for the bridge position. I had modded the upper 'rhythm' switch to be a kill switch. It worked fine.

Since I am using the former 'fat/thin' switch to actuate the bridge pickup, I no longer am using the .003 cap. This line runs to the outside tab of the master tone control.

Now I have restored the 'rhythm' switch to be a dedicated neck switch as original. It all works but when I roll off the master tone control on the lower plate, the volume goes down as if it was a volume control. It does attenuate the treble but reduces the volume so drastically that I can't use it. I replaced the tone cap to no avail.

Any suggesteions would be appreciated.