Dave talks about his Fender Jaguar Baritone at 22:40 in this rig rundown video. It's tuned in standard B baritone tuning, and predominantly uses the bridge pickup. He says, "Just the fact of adding the low B string just makes it sound so super heavy and it just adds a really cool groove to the song."more
Beginning around 00:17 in this studio interview (recording the upcoming Thrice album), Teppei gives a breakdown of his Baritone Jaguar: “And so this is my Baritone here, which is a Fender. I don’t know, I don’t think they make these any more . . . [The pickup] is different from what they sell now. I think what they have now is kind of like a paired down version of this with a humbucker and . . . a little toggle-switch there. This is like a straight up Jaguar but with a stoptail bridge . . . just a single-coil pickup which I think is a pretty interesting pairing with the lower tuning . . . And then this is a Seymour Duncan Quarterpounder for Jaguar. I put it in there for a little more girth”more
She is quoted when asked what guitar she would save if the house was burning down. "Woah. It's so hard to say, but I guess I would have to save the Jag Baritone HH Special, just because it was so hard to acquire. I love all my instruments and have very personal attachments to them all. I don't have any children or pets now, just tools. Each one of the guitars has its own songs hidden inside."more
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