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Suhr NOW TRADED
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Hi All 

Decided to sell my lovely Suhr owned from new , but I am hardly playing these days and have another Jazz ( Fender 70s vintage ) which has sentimental value .

Bought new by me ( impulsively ) couple of years ago , original cost £2300.

 

Its a fantastic bass with a sublime slim neck and is pretty lightweight at approximately 3.8kg , has a beautiful looking rosewood board .

Suhr workshop relic ,with  crazing in the nitro finish and a headstock nick that I reliced myself on a cymbal .

specs....Classic J Antique 

7.25 Radius 

Indian Rosewood board / Suhr plecked fret dress

Qutersawn maple neck ( extra tinted)

Alder body with Olympic white nitro finish and Tort plate 

Hipshot tuners and Gotoh vintage bridge

includes Original Hard case 

£1650... UK shipping included 

Retail price on this model is now £2830.00 at Project Music ( only shop I can find in UK  that sells this model at the moment .

Thanks for looking John 

Feel free to PM any questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks ..plays as good as it looks .

Just not getting used as I have stopped gigging due to my tinnitus

just noodling quietly at home these days on my 70s J  .. cheers John 

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8 hours ago, haimesy said:

Thanks ..plays as good as it looks .

Just not getting used as I have stopped gigging due to my tinnitus

just noodling quietly at home these days on my 70s J  .. cheers John 

Ah, I see, that's unfortunate. I also have a 70's Jazz, (1974) but i've started playing mine live again after being stuck in the case for a while. Good luck John. 

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Thanks Clark . it deserves to be played 

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Thanks Fluffo

If I could still gig , I would be keeping it .

I did a few long gigs on it , and between the superb neck and its weight it was a joy to work with .

 

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