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  1. No hard and fast rules with Fender, but read the text under the red Jazz Bass in this link http://www.guitarhq.com/fenderc.html Sure you’re aware, Fender factory was inconsistent, plus often used old stock. And of course, looking for those other clues too of a respray
  2. Do love a Sherwood Green, this is supposed to be a 61.
  3. Bought in 2015 and was my go to until I stupidly sold it in 2017 to pay bills after I maxed myself to buy back a special vintage Fender (wrong move). I was lucky to buy it back and was expecting my Stingray Special HH to remain my #1, but it’s this one that gets played everyday. Sometimes don’t know what you’ve got til it’s gone
  4. A well loved 1960 P Bass would be top of my list, as a thing of beauty, to have owned from new to reliced, @hiram.k.hackenbacker knows all about this other beauty which is even more stunning in the flesh.
  5. Almost a yin yang...
  6. Sims haven’t gone into partnership with Cort have they?
  7. No, I’ve been using it all as toilet roll
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  9. I’ve had Fender flats on my acoustic bass since 2006, love them. Maybe not as loud acoustically, but the natural tone suits me better. I cringed everytime I tried bronze strings since.
  10. Isn’t karma a bit-ch? Sims lower their dignity with a cheap trick and the BC folk tell it how it is. Gotta laugh 😂
  11. Gutted you’re in this position, I’ve been there many a time with a fine bass. But as you surely know, they’re only wood and metal - family etc. is where life is really at when you’ve got responsibilities. GLWTS (and buying it back if the winds change )
  12. WD might have the one you need https://www.wdmusic.co.uk/pickguards-c62/fender-basses-c111/jazz-bass-american-deluxe-4-string-22-fret-c117 If not, I’ve found recently that most of the recommended custom pickguard makers are charging crazy money. I got in touch with Bass Doc and his prices are far more fair. You may need to send the existing one as a template, though you never know, he may already have one for those smaller style ones. PM if you need his details.
  13. “If you love them, let them go” - she’s much better off getting good use in your hands!
  14. I doubled my bass collection recently when I bought my old Lull back
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