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💥 Fender Jazz Bass 1972 all original 💥
£3200
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Hey guys! Placing for sale the best Fender Jazz Bass that I ever played. I had plenty of Custom Shop and Vintage Fenders, they were all good, each one with their own character. But this bass has something special. This Fender is from 1972, it has everything original and it is in outstanding shape for its age. It comes with a vintage Italian hardcase. The bass in very lightweight - 4 kg. Price 3700 euro. Looking for sale only, no trades please. Location Barcelona, Spain. Worldwide shipping available.

 

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42 minutes ago, ClassicVibes said:

Question - why are the pickup pole pieces mismatched? 

It was the 70s! 😂

They look OK to me?

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50 minutes ago, ClassicVibes said:

Question - why are the pickup pole pieces mismatched? 

Angle of photo. Looks pretty spot on more or less forward facing.

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56 minutes ago, ClassicVibes said:

Question - why are the pickup pole pieces mismatched? 

Nothing wrong with them.

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Genuine question, not in any way trying to hurt the seller. I thought the neck pick up pole pieces looked like holes but it might be dirt. 

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5 minutes ago, ClassicVibes said:

Genuine question, not in any way trying to hurt the seller. I thought the neck pick up pole pieces looked like holes but it might be dirt. 

They oxidise as the get older and can look almost black 

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Thanks everyone for the feedback. The pickup pole pieces are not holes, but now that you say that @ClassicVibes it looks like holes from these pics :) Will do better photos, sorry about that. 

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Lovely bass, I have a 72 Jazz which is rather wonderful.

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Thanks guys! Might consider a trade for an alder/rosewood Fender Precision. Cheers! 

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7 hours ago, Masse said:

Hi

Have you some photo from the inside ?

Cordially

Sure Masse, here they are:

 

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On 29/06/2020 at 09:16, Turbineclimber said:

I'm assuming this is sold, señor?

Just checking, I am looking for a pre-1973 Jazz.

It's still available, señor :)

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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I have a 72 Jazz, great bass

That’s a beautiful piece of tort....

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