1968 Fender Jazz Bass with a Sunburst finish in very good + condition. Maple neck with a Rosewood fingerboard and White binding. This bass is all original and complete including the case.

This is an excellent bass with a superb even sound right across the fretboard. This bass has tons of tone and the growl is fantastic. With both pickups and tone up full this bass really sings with loads of top-end, the mids punch through and the bottom end holds it all together.

The body finish has a small amount of play wear with a few scuffs & dings around the edges. The neck finish is in excellent condition with only some light wear along one edge. The frets are very clean having been dressed in our workshop and have plenty of life left in them. The truss rod works as it should and the neck is straight. The headstock is clean overall but does have a couple of small dings.

Fully set up in our workshop with a fresh set of Rotosound Nickel 45-105 and a medium/low action giving great playability. Serial 242515. Weight 8 lbs 13 oz. Nut Width 37.5 mm. Depth at 1st fret 22 mm. The pickups have untouched solder and original winds, the rubber has stuck to the underside so the dates are not visible. The original pots also have untouched solder and are dated to the 31st week of 66. 3-month warranty included.

Listed3 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Andy Baxter Bass & Guitars Ltd

Leeds, United Kingdom
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