Cool metallic/candy blue paint.
Bought this bass on Ebay and it came with EMG's, which I parted out and sold. Original Jackson pickups are not available.
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounder P-Bass pickup up top with a Fender '62 USA Vintage pickup in the bridge. The Duncan came with another bass and had a white pickup cover, so I swapped the cover out and then swapped the Jazz cover to match! Looks more like an original Charvel that way! Growls when needed, thumps when needed!
All new electronics installed. Master vol, master tone, and 3-way switch (we installed the p'up switch slightly backwards, so "down" is the neck pickup, "up" is bridge. I actually like it this way better since I usually run p-bass pickup only, not going to whack it out of position!).
Some minor dings (the 2 above the knobs were created when the previous owner drilled too far when installing a 9V battery holder!), back of the neck is perfect, but there is a 'ding' on the bass side edge of the fretboard at fret #10! The neck's grain pattern looks like a semi-circular crack in a couple of spots, but it's just the grain! Dunlop straplocks installed. Includes Fender padded gig bag which is missing one of its shoulder straps.

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
Brand
Model
  • Model 575 Bass (like 2B)
Finish
  • Metallic / Candy Blue
Categories
Year
  • 1989
Made In
  • Japan

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Marc's Gear Palace

Gaithersburg, MD, United States
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