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SOLD - Squier VM 70s Jazz Bass Body (Fully Loaded)
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2007 Squier Vintage Modified 70s Jazz Body. Fully loaded with Seymour Duncan Designed Alnico pickups, with traditional cloth wiring. The best word to describe these pickups is “meaty” with lots of midrange honk.

In good overall condition, a few tiny dings. Lovely amber natural wood finish. I don’t have scales but I’d guess weighs around 2.7kg fully loaded.

£110 + tenner postage to Mainland UK.

 

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29 minutes ago, foxyFuze said:

Am I right in saying that's 60s pickup spacing?

I have no idea. I'm guessing as it's modelled on a 70's Jazz, it may have 70's spacing.

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AH, it's the camera angle; they are indeed 70's spacing. Shame as I'd have snapped that up, I'm sure someone will nab it soon!

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No, they look 60s to me. @AndyTravis would probably know just by looking but as I recall 70s spacing is midway between vol2 and tone and that body isn’t built like that 

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22 minutes ago, Geek99 said:

No, they look 60s to me. @AndyTravis would probably know just by looking 

Hah. Well - at first glance, I’d say 60’s spaced.

60’s sits the bridge pickup more or less in line with bridge pickup control. 70’s takes it more or less in line with tone control.

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Yup, that’s what I thought 

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