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Lee Pomeroy's L/H Fender Jazz

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I really enjoyed Geoff Lynn's ELO performance at the 02 Last night.  It was the first time I've seen Lee play (not being a Take That fan).  He was playing what I guess was a L/H custom shop pre-cbs Jazz with matching headstock.  Anyone know what it is? And great performance Lee if you read this!  

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Not dissing Lee in any way but I was a big fan of Michael ‘Kelly’ Groucutt, who not only played bass for prime time ELO but sang joint lead. Big shoes to fill...

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Anyone see Lee on Graham Norton show last night with Take That? Sounding good as usual. All the rest of Jeff Lynne's main band playing too.

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49 minutes ago, Piers_Williamson said:

That's nice.  I'm a lefty born in 1961.  Feels an expensive quest to source a lefty stack-knob jazz!

Same year as me Piers, we’d need a rather large windfall.

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I’m also “pre-CBS” so the idea of a YOB Jazz is right out the window too. Maybe a Futurama or no-name Jap/Italian monstrosity  would make up for it... hmmm, no. Every time you looked at it you’d just think “You’re not an early 60s Jazz.” :(

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So here's my compromise answer.  Two CS Jazz, one a 66 replica (Like Lee's sunburst but new (ish)) and the other is supposed to be a replica 62 stack knob, but has some minor artistic license (like no mutes).  I've had the 66 longer and is marginally nicer to play, but I always wanted a Lake Placid Blue Jazz

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