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  1. Fender Jazz 1962 reissue Made in Japan in the early 90’s Black with tortoise shell scratch plate Refretted in the last 12 months by James Millman in Bideford. http://www.millmanguitars.co.uk/ Upgraded Schaller 3D bridge, greater mass and fully adjustable including string spacing Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounder pick-ups and I have the original pick-ups The bass is pushing 30 years old so is showing some wear but no major knocks or dinks. Some lacquer has come away at the neck socket but hard to see.. Priced to sell at £650 or would consider trade for quality 5 string. Would prefer collection but could organise postage at your cost.
  2. Cheers KiOgin, one last question. The neck black has three wires? Two coming from the pickup and one going to a copper plate, do I connect all three of those to the bridge white?
  3. Some advise from someone cleverer than I. I want to wire my ‘92 MIJ Jazz in series l using just the front volume knob for both pickups and keeping the tone knob as is. I’ve looked at various wiring diagrams and I thought it looked easy until I opened up my bass and got scared. Can anyone give me an idiots guide on what wires I need to solder and where.
  4. If I could sell my Jazz I’d buy this tomorrow
  5. Thank you all for your words of wisdom, after much thought the Yamaha BB734a in coffee sunburst has won it for me. Now comes they hassle of selling my Jazz ....wish me luck.
  6. Looking to change my early nineties Fender Jazz MIJ to a modern P or preferably P/J style bass. I’ve been thinking either the Yamaha BB734, Sandberg Electra or Schecter CV 4. Any input on these basses? Am I missing another obvious winner bass around the £550 to £800 range? i live in outer bumble [email protected] so please don’t say go and try them all......cause that ain’t an option.
  7. A fretless is a great exercise even if you don’t play it in a band situation live. They make you really listen to what you and your band members are playing. It’s too easy to fall into the trap of A A A A D D E E etc and not really listen to the pitch/tone/harmony. I don’t play a fretless live but have one in the quiver for those days.....you know...those days.
  8. Howsit? Been a silent stalker of this forum for a while but thought I’d join and contribute if/where I can. I’be been playing bass on and off (between 6 string stints) for the last 30 years. I play a late 80’s MIJ Fender Jazz and am an EHX bore.
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