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Antoria jazz bass. Trying to trace history. Input/feedback & any info appreciated.

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It did have the veneer but it was really 'average' possibly as it was to be painted over.  We did think the blocks were mahogany bu it was a best guess really.  On the upside doing this did lighten the weight of the bass somewhat heresy or not.

No idea what I was thinking with blocks and stack knobs though.

 

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@bassassin thanks for the link. Didn't really anticipate finding a scratch plate but you never know.

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3 hours ago, ead said:

No idea what I was thinking with blocks and stack knobs though.

I know, it's a nightmare... :D

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