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WITHDRAWN - Fender American Deluxe Jazz Bass V Ash MN Natural 2012-2016
£1000
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Second of my USA Deluxes to go. One of Fender's best 5 string jazzes, now discontinued. Absolute quality build and finish. This bass has been played - by me, original owner - and has a few knocks and dings to show for it as pictured. There's a small nick in the tip of the headstock (damn those venues with low ceilings) and the finish has come away in a small spot on the back of the guitar exposing the wood. Nothing to affect structure or playability though and gives it a bit of the old roadworn in a couple of places.

Amazing range of tones available from the N3 pickups and 18V preamp which is active/passive switchable. The neck plays wonderfully with rolled edges, B string is tight and action can go nice and low. Comes with original Fender ABS case + case candy.

Prefer collection in person but will consider shipping at buyer's expense.

  • Urethane Finish
  • Neck: Maple, Modern C Shape, (Tinted Gloss Urethane Finish)
  • Fingerboard: Bound, 9.5 Radius (241 mm)
  • No. of Frets: 21 Medium Jumbo Frets
  • Pickups: 2 N3 Noiseless Jazz Bass Pickups
  • Controls: Master Volume, Pan Pot, 3-Band Active EQ
  • Treble Boost/Cut: /- 10 db @ 8kHz, a shift in the cut frequency, and about a 2dB slope per octave
  • Mid Boost/Cut: 10dB, -15dB @ 500Hz, and a wide band slope
  • Bass Boost/Cut: /- 12 db @ 40 Hz, with a 4dB slope per octave
  • Active/Passive Mini-Toggle Switch
  • Pickup Switching: Pickup Pan Control
  • Bridge: HMV, High Mass Vintage, (Strings-Thru-Body or Topload)
  • Machine Heads: Fender Light-Weight Vintage Style Tuners with Tapered Shafts
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Pickguard: 3-Ply Black/White/Black
  • Scale Length: 34 (863.6 mm)
  • Width at Nut: 1.625 (41.3 mm)
  • Improved Electronics Resulting in Increased Headroom and Tighter Low-End Response
  • 18-Volt Power Supply
  • Passive Tone Control for Passive Mode
  • Stealth A String Retainer
  • Tinted Neck
  • Posiflex Graphite Neck Support Rods
  • 5-Bolt Neck Plate
  • Contoured Heel for Easier Access to Upper Frets
  • Rolled Fingerboard Edges
  • Highly Detailed Nut and Fret Work
  • Genuine Bone Nut
  • Wide-Slot Flat Head Screws on Battery Compartment (for Easy Changes with a Coin or Pick)
  • Pearloid Block Position Inlays
  • Neck Binding
  • 70s Style Logo

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