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Fender Jazz Bass pickups out of a ‘99 American Jazz Bass. Well used, but working and sounding great. Only replaced in favour of hum-cancellers.

Measurements are approx (+/- some fractions of a mm):

94 x 18mm Bridge

92 x 18mm Middle/neck

£60 delivered.




Edited by iamtheelvy

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57 minutes ago, danbanbass said:

I’ll take these.

Great! DM me your details and lets get it sorted!

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