This is one that I thought I would never let go. But unfortunately, the thermostat failed in my wifes car when we had the -30 degree cold spell, and she fried the engine ... now some of my fav's are gonna pay for a new one for her ... In 2007, Fender did a special run (FSR) of Transparent White Blonde Highway One Jazz basses .. this is not the heavy, high gloss stark white finish you usually see on Fenders, it is a nice soft, very thin White Blonde (looks very aged) that allows the grain of the wood to come through ... all under a NITRO finish!! ... What started as a satin finish, has lustered perfectly with use .. The nicely patterned 4-layer Tort/White/Black/White pickguard (with factory truss rod notch) really sets it off beautifully. This body has not been babied, it has been played regularly (looks fantastic under stage lights!) ... it is in excellent condition in spite of the stage time it has seen, you really need to examine closely to see any tiny nicks or dings ... and there is NO buckle rash!! The only issue that needs to be mentioned, is a slight 'discoloration' on the strap pin end of body. It is unexplained, and was like this when I got it. The best I can figure is that there may have been some type of 'reaction' with something in the bottom of a case or gig bag that can sometimes happen with a nitro finish ... it appears as a very light 'shadow' (for lack of a better explanation) below the input jack on the front, and in a line across the very low end on the back ... if you look VERY closely in the pics provided, you MAY be able to notice what looks like a 'shadow' ... I have never tried to buff this out, as it never bothered me, but it is something that I wanted to disclose. This body is fully loaded, the pups are the stock vintage 58358/9 alnico set, with the stock electronics, and the body is currently wearing a Fender vintage style bridge taken from a Classic Series 70's Jazz. I do have the Leo Quan BAII bridge (with the factory multi-groove saddles) that this body would have came from the factory with .. I prefer the vintage style, so that is what is on there now. As pictured, complete loaded body (with the vintage Fender bridge) ... $295 Shipped ... to the lower 48 only please ... If you prefer the BAII or are interested in having both bridges, we can discuss that ... I should also mention, that being a MIA Hwy One Jazz body, this is one of the VERY FEW genuine Fender bodies that comes with NO CHANNEL ROUTING under the pickguard ... this body looks classic vintage Fender !! This sale is for the complete loaded body only, the neck and case in the pictures are gone ... thank you for looking!!