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Sold please remove Fender Adam Clayton jazz bass in purple sparkle limited edition.
£1950
Kidlington, Oxfordshire

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This bass is just amazing, it is as new and has hardly been played, never left the house. 

Fender have told me that only 212 of these basses where made worldwide and only 12 for the UK market. 

Its made in the USA and comes with its own very special case also. 

 

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