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  1. I bought a Jazz body from Tony. Couldn't have been a smoother transaction - very happy!
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  3. Yep, the bridge on my '72 sits much further back than the one on my '77. It also means the bridge cover sits right on the edge of the body, looks a bit weird with it on. As far as I know it was done alongside the Jazz's pickups being moved about (as ikay says above).
  4. Hi all, Hopefully a quick one - I'm looking at buying a fretless VM Jazz (the one I'm eyeing is an earlier Jaco-lookalike with Duncan Designed pickups) to use as a basis for a project. Are the pickups in these standard sizing, with the bridge pickup being slightly wider than the one at the neck, or are they both neck-width? I've already got the pickups I want to drop in there, so want to make sure they'll fit! Cheers
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  7. Mylkinut

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    Tim sold me one of his Couch straps - couldn't have been a smoother transaction, and some good chat to boot. Thanks Tim!
  8. Bought a set of Wizard 84s from Danny - all as-described and he got them to me really quickly. Would happily deal with him again!
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  11. Here are mine - Brown: '86 MIJ. This one's got a Wizard 84 at the bridge, and the paint had been stripped before it came to me. It's my number one when gigging - it's lovely. Black: only just picked this up - bista using an S9 neck and an early '70s body (the bridge is mounted further back than usual which I think places it as a '69-'72). The neck's in good shape but the body's lived a life, including having a DiMarzio Ultra J added and the thumbrest moved above the strings late-70s style. It's not quite where I want it to be in how it plays, but it sounds wonderful. White: largely original '77. I've owned it for about 15 years and will never sell it. Sounds immense and plays well but it's not light!
  12. Thanks for the replies everyone, all very helpful. I ended up doing as Paul suggested as a quick fix and it worked perfectly. I'm getting buzzing from the P pickup as expected, but I can live with it - it sounds so much better now. Thanks again!
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