Editors Note :::::::::::: I WAS JUST ON Sweetwaters website looking around and they have those customers ads that they let people post for free, And I Saw a fender bass it said made in 1960 it sure looks alot like this bass above,But The one above claims it was made in 1961 here is what the ad on sweetwater said “Fender 1960 Jazz Bass with Stack Knobs (Used)$15,500 or best reasonable offer
1960 Jazz Bass guitar in excellent playing condition. Must sell in next 72 hours. Accepting all offers for considerati…” And The Picture is down below. Funny How They Both Say in a hurry to sell, same finish same pickguard just no chrome hardware on this second one(below) and the thumb rest or finger rest is missing, Its a different bass without the pickup cover and the bridge cover you notice the one below is same model 1 year older but both are right at $15,000.00 One is in Oregon One Is in North Carolina.The bass above has just 1 pickup i guess under the cover, The Bass Below obviously Has 2 Jazz pickups.Which One Would You Prefer? That is of course if you were going to spend 15 grand on a used Bass Guitar ?
Squier by Fender Vintage Modified Fretless Jazz Bass Features:
* One-piece maple neck
* Fretless Ebanol fingerboard with white celluloid lines
* Vintage-shape agathis body
* No pickguard
* 34″ scale length
* Chrome hardware
* Vintage-style butterfly tuners
* Vintage-style 4-saddle bridge
* 2 single-coil Duncan Designed™ JB101 bass pickups with alnico V magnets
* 2 volume and one tone knob
This is a great bass that is in excellent condition. It has been professionally setup with flatwound strings for great fretless sound. It plays better than most MIM Fenders I have played. Seriously, this is about the best fretless for $200 you can get. Only selling because I moved to a Warwick fretless. Includes a free complete set of straplocks.
This is a Fender Custom Shop Classic Jazz IV bass. Light, active, trully superb high end jazz bass. I am an original owner. Its been my main instrument for 4 years. But I mostly play 5-string now so this one has been in a case for a while. A brand new is around $2400. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to buy a high end professional intrument locally instead of buying it online without actually seeing it, I may consider a trade for a right 5-string Sadowsky, Lakland, or Mike Lull bass. If your bass is more expenssive I will pay the difference. I would also consider a trade for a Musicman Stingray or Modulus Flea bass (4 string).
$1600 OBOEditors Note Compare this Bass with that last post the 60`s jazz for 400.00? how many differences do you obviously note? That is with out playing it.
Just To Get You Thinking…...-(*!*)-