The electronics and hardware on this work great with no real issues. Up for sale is a nice vintage Fender Jazz Bass with original case. Shows some wear and aging. Depending on the country, and are the responsibility of the buyer. I did not test the truss rod but I will before purchasing. It's made of ash, 6.
If you've never shipped a guitar before we can give you tips for return packaging. Edited January 31, 2012 by martin8708 thanks for the help martin. Also, care less about what Fender and any books on the subject say about serial numbers being issued in god-given years. We are a full service music store and typically auction a few items a month to reduce inventory. Truss rod adjuster is working as well only made a minor adjustment but it seems to move smoothly. If the item was misrepresented.
These fees are not additional shipping charges. Please keep in mind we do work business hours and may not respond if you ask questions outside of these hours. Please check out all the photos for actual condition. Included are the four mounting screws, and plastic gasket. Neck is perfect with no issues. I would recommend taking this to a s … pecialist as it could be very valuable! Please email me for a shipping quote. I want you, dear buyer, to be happy but I want to be clear that I do not profess to be selling a collectors peace.
Buyers must email and confirm purchase within 24 hours of the close of Auction! Trying the best we could to capture the most detail possible. It is a bit of a mutt- but with great purpose and is an excellent instrument. This guitar has a brass nut and I believe the bridge is a modern replacement. Thanks for checking out our listing and please scroll way down to see other quality images of this item! But I have original pickguard. We won't under-value merchandise or mark the item as a gift on customs forms. I will respond to all emails as soon as possible.
No probs Neil I understand it must be difficult. It also has a new bone nut. No lacquer ware on the neck its still glossy and clean. From what I gather it appears to be an all original 1976 but I know there are fakes out there and some of you guys are pretty good at spotting them. They are original and look great. Bid with confidence, you wont.
The buyer is responsible for the shipping prices and insurance limitations actually in force at the time the package actually ships. The winner will be supremely satisfied! The clover has some small knicks on it and the shaft is ever-so-slightly bent. Thanks for looking and happy bidding! Perhaps you'll have more luck on Ebay. I can't see that Greg has done any harm at all here, if anything hed done you a favour, since both earlier years and 4-bolt necks are seen as desirable features that are reflected in increased value assuming it's all-original - if not people'd want to know. I was at the local music store more of a swap shop and found a refinished 1976 Jazz Bass the store owner keyed in the serial number on the neck plate into his computer to come up with that date, the owner actually thought it was a 1978.
The pictures show it with a set of strap locks. The bass is in great shape. Vintage Fender guitar or bass, 4 bolt neck plate. We ship all over Europe. Warm, round, velvety, and lush. So that bass is somewhere between a 1974 and 1976.
Other than cropping or occasionaly blurring. Jazz bass comfort and speed with the sound a 70's P-Bass is famous for. But they all function fine, not hard to turn, and they're straight. They are in great condition for their age. It plays really well and overall it's in great condition.
The neck is amazingly straight. Punchy lows to lock in with the bass drum or a bright round pop to lead the mix, a good vintage jazz bass can handle it all. It's a very cool black on black black finish with a black pickguard and has a rosewood board. The bridge also appears to have been replaced due to the marks and different colored finish around it. All part original except pickup and electronics that are seymour duncan.