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WITHDRAWN - Squier JV Jazz Sunburst 62 with Vintage Fender Case
£1250
Bristol


JWes
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I also inherited this one from my late Father a few years ago. Again, being realistic about the lack of use it gets these days it seems right to move it on.

Genuine original bass in excellent condition. There are a few light, tiny surface scratches around the body but only 2 dings as such. One tiny one on back of headstock and one small chip to bottom edge of body (both pictured).

Strung with flats. 

Comes in a genuine vintage 1967 - 71 Fender case. This does have a good few scuffs but is totally serviceable, looks the business and is worth a few quid on its own.

Also included is what I assume to be the original hang tag.

What else is there to say? We all know how great these basses are and there aren't a great many around in this condition. 

Collection only from Bristol, I won't post it. When travel is allowed again I would be prepared to drive to meet up / handover. 

Not interested in any trades.

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24 minutes ago, JWes said:

No serial number checking site that I have looked at is any more specific than 82 - 84.

If you unscrew the four bolts from the neck plate and take the neck off you will find a date on the neck butt

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17 minutes ago, gareth said:

If you unscrew the four bolts from the neck plate and take the neck off you will find a date on the neck butt

Yeah, I was looking for a quick answer online as I'm at work. Will take the neck off at the weekend. Although my early JV Precision has no pencil date just the EX export stamp. Cheers.

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On 09/03/2021 at 22:07, gareth said:

If you unscrew the four bolts from the neck plate and take the neck off you will find a date on the neck butt

Do you know the neck butt date?

Might help your sale

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15 minutes ago, JWes said:

 

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My jv jazz is SN38xxx and the neck date is slightly earlier than yours which all makes sense

The jvs were all produced over a short period - about 100000 over a 2/3 year period compared with the American AVRIs where the Fullerton years 1982 to 1985 only some 15000 to 20000 instruments were produced 

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If anyone is interested in this (or indeed the Stingray I also have on here) I would be prepared to travel a fair distance to meet and handover. I've been waiting for travel restrictions to ease before suggesting this.

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2 minutes ago, gareth said:

My jv jazz is SN38xxx and the neck date is slightly earlier than yours which all makes sense

The jvs were all produced over a short period - about 100000 over a 2/3 year period compared with the American AVRIs where the Fullerton years 1982 to 1985 only some 15000 to 20000 instruments were produced 

GLWS

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Yes. In my opinion they're all superb. Have 2 Precisions also. One earlier than this and one later and I honestly don't think the specific date of one JV puts it above any other for quality. 

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1 hour ago, JWes said:

Yes. In my opinion they're all superb. Have 2 Precisions also. One earlier than this and one later and I honestly don't think the specific date of one JV puts it above any other for quality. 

Yes I agree 

The only thing that changes as you get higher serial numbers is that they start using different parts - non spiral bridges, non reverse tuners, etc

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