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BP-0653-010 Jaguar Jazzmaster Buzz Stop

BP-0653-010 Jaguar Jazzmaster Buzz Stop

Item No.: BP-0653-010
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Buzz Stop roller attachment for Jaguar® and Jazzmaster® tremolos.
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Type: 0653-010
UPC: 645208004933
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Customer Reviews
5/5
Rating Buy this, keep your jaguar bridge and saddles
 
Read a great review which suggested installing the Buzz Stop before changing out your Jaguar bridge. Sound advice. I bought a Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar, and despite a thorough set up and shielding, I couldn't get rid of the awful buzzing sound. Installed the Buzz Stop...it plays like a new guitar! Sounds like a Jaguar, yet the cleanest Jaguar I've ever played. There may be a little less treble, but it can still surf, the tone is beautiful and NO buzzing. I'll never own a Jaguar without one.
 
Reviewed by:  from Tucson. - 2/1/2014
5/5
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Fits beautifully on my '63 Jazzmaster, looks like it has always been there. Unexpected improvement in tone (as if that were possible) probably due to increased downbearing of the strings on the bridge. Should come as standard equipment.
 
Reviewed by:  from Hamilton Canada. - 2/4/2013
5/5
Rating Gotta have this!
 
I have these on my 65 Jazzmaster and 69 Jag. Installs in a minute with no modifications and will not mar the finish / chrome etc. Gives the guitar a much tighter feel. If you love your Jag you'll love it more with a Buzz Stop, I promise. (They should have called it "Buzz Kill" but I still love it.)
 
Reviewed by:  from Connecticut. - 8/13/2012 9:10:00 AM
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