-=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

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

Post by andy_tchp » Mon May 04, 2020 7:53 pm

It's also really quite expensive.

As a bonus, requires desoldering a bunch of stuff from the 3xDPDT switches and main volume/tone/output jack section to install it on a vintage-spec Jaguar body negating any benefits of a pre-wired 'drop in' harness.
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Re: -=Jazzmaster and Jaguar Pickups and Electronics FAQ=-

Post by The Dead Ranch Hands » Tue May 05, 2020 5:53 am

timtam wrote:
Mon May 04, 2020 7:30 pm
The Dead Ranch Hands wrote:
Mon May 04, 2020 9:25 am
So this guy is posting a listing for a vintage '62 style Jag wiring harness:

https://reverb.com/item/10167314-vintag ... ng-harness

However the cap values are different from what I see from the modern schematics that seem to be available at least. Did vintage Jags have these values?
There are 3 caps in a jag. The seller's pics show all 3 but the listing currently only has 1 (0.33uF). The main tone cap in the pic has an "SK" and ".1X" code, unlike the more common ceramic cap 3-number code, and are apparently NOS or replica Fender, and listed in several places as 0.1uF ...
https://shop.sonnywalton.com/Reproducti ... e-1799.htm
https://reverb.com/item/17128854-fender ... -capacitor

Vintage correct would actually be 0.01uF.

Can't see markings on rhythm circuit cap, which should also be 0.01uF. Correct strangle cap would be 0.003uF (marking not visible in pic); the one cap in seller's current list is 0.33uF.

Suggest you confirm exact specs with the seller.

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Thank you, very helpful!

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