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Fender Roadworn Jazz Bass Fiesta Red (early Model) - Pricedrop
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NOW 815 GBP - 950€ (open for offers)
 
I am selling a great sounding and nice to play classic Jazz Bass: Alder Body, Rosewood Fretboard, Fender Vintage PUs, 4 Kg, nice aging.
 
The Bass was build around 2010/11 in the first Line of the Roadworn Series. The Parts are all american but the Bass was assembled in Mexico. Its a great Jazz Bass with Vintage Feel and classic vintage Jazz Bass Sound, that always fits in the mix. 
 
EU Shipping is no problem, feel free to ask any Questions.

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Were these always Pau Ferro fingerboards? I've a 2008 model which I thought was rosewood.

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Good Question, I just found one Store Online that got one and they wrote Pao Ferro. I guess it could also be Rosewood? 

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Hi,

With all respect. Pao Ferro  has been introduced by Fender in 2017 not 2010 or 2011...

Cheers!

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