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SOLD Squier VM 70s Jazz Bass with significant improvements FURTHER PRICE DROP £220
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Near Oxford and M40 J7 or J8

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FURTHER PRICE DROP TO £230 £220

Offering up my Squier Vintage Modified 70s Jazz Bass for sale. These are highly regarded and for good reason: fantastic quality, super-solid and with a beautiful neck. Plays as well as any bass I own or have owned, and with a Gotoh 201 bridge, Di Marzio DP 123 pick-ups and a Kiogon ‘push/pull’ loom will be more than a match for many other modern Jazzes. Knobs swapped out too for a more authentic look. A few small bruises as shown. Selling as it just doesn’t get the playing time it truly deserves and I just seem to be more of a Precision man!  Original pickups also supplied. Collection from near Oxford initially please: questions welcomed!

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1 hour ago, Can'tthinkofausername said:

Using the ‘weigh myself then weigh myself holding it’ method, 10 lb 8 oz. But currently on hold pending agreement of arrangements for collection...

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A few minor dings aside, I doubt there's a better Jazz out there at this price.  Postage now considered (probably 'neck-off' given the apparent lack of bass boxes at my local music shops!), along with possible trades for CV/Matt Freeman P Bass with cash your way if necessary...

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