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About IvD

  • Birthday 07/01/1992
  1. Yup, looking for 4 string Fender P's or P/J's
  2. Weight of the bass is [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]is approx. 4.55-4.6 kg or between 10 and 10.1 pounds.[/font][/color]
  3. Price is now [font=arial, sans-serif][size=4]£[/size][/font]400
  4. Wednesday bump. Now comes with a complimentary set of chrome flats as well for even more tonal versatility
  5. Wednesday bump. Now comes with a complimentary set of chrome flats as well for even more tonal versatility
  6. Now 350 pounds. Take it away! I'm selling a Korean made active 5-string Fender Jazz Bass It has a few cosmetic issues which do not affect playability in any way: there's a small chip off the lacquer on the headstock as well as a missing knob for the mids (the upper half of the stacked knob), both of which can hopefully be seen on the pictures. Active 3-band EQ, mid scoop switch and active/passive switch (push/pull on the volume control) make this one versatile bass with lots of tones to mess around with. Control cavity has been shielded and is fitted with a brand new jack. The bass comes with a Gator hard case. Reason for selling is that I need the money for a P-bass. And so possible trades for Fender P's or ideally, P/J's Bass is in Manchester. As I have no car I would prefer for it to be collected. Happy to answer any and all questions regarding the bass. Full specs: • Jazz Bass® 24 V (5-String) • Model Number 026-1000-(552) • Series Deluxe Series • Tobacco Sunburst, (Polyurethane Finish) • Body Alder with Quilt Maple Top • Neck Maple, Modern “C” Shape, (Satin Polyurethane Finish) • Fingerboard Rosewood, 9.5” Radius (241mm) • No. of Frets 24 Medium Jumbo Frets • Pickups 2 Seymour Duncan® Basslines™ Single-Coil 5-string Jazz Bass Pickups • Controls Master Volume, Pan Pot, Duncan Designed BEQ3 3-Band Active EQ with: • Treble Boost/Cut: +/- 15dB @ 5.1kHz, • Mid Boost/Cut: +/- 14dB, -15dB @ 650Hz, • Bass Boost/Cut: +/- 12dB @ 30 Hz, • Mid-Scoop “Slap” Switch: • Bass Boost +5dB @ 83Hz, • Mid Cut -5dB @ 633Hz • Pickup Switching Pan Pot • Bridge 5-Saddle Steel Bridge Plate • Machine Heads Hipshot® Licensed Tapered Shaft Tuning Machines • Hardware Chrome Plated • Scale Length 34” • Width at Nut 1.875” (47.6 mm) • Weight is approx. 4.55-4.6 kg or between 10 and 10.1 pounds.
  7. Hello there, I am kinda new to the forum and I was wandering if anyone would be willing to help me out with my predicament: Currently my band and I are trying to record our 4th EP (well the 1st single from it at least) alone at home and the song seems to call for a P-bass sound. Unforunately, I only have a Fender jazz at my disposal until I manage to find a buyer for it in order to fund a nice Fender Precision (MIM or USA if I am lucky) as I am planing a switch to one anyway. So the question is if any incredibly helpful person would be kind enough to lend his/her Fender P-bass for a day or two and if you happen to be left without a bass to play during that time I would be more than happy to lend you my jazz bass for the time being both as something to play on and as insurance. Beer, naturally is on me This post is mostly aimed towards people in Manchester as anything farther away would simply be too difficult. As I have no car If anyone were to lend a helping hand I would come by public transport... so yeah. Cheers, Ivo