SOLD 1974 Fender Jazz Bass, black/maple, NICE

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  1. dukeplaysbass

    dukeplaysbass Supporting Member

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    1974 Fender Jazz Bass. Light (9 bs) and in great shape. This is a no issues bass, everything works, everything matches. It is missing both covers, but has OHSC. Asking $2550 shipped. PayPal ok. I'm not desperate to move this one, but reasonable offers will be considered. Vintage basses considered for trade, can add cash for the right axe.

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    nice shape! I miss my 77 Jazz..
     
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    DJJazzV A pledge pin!?! On your uniform!?! Supporting Member

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    +1

    Would love to have this!
     
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    SAWEEET looks just like my 77 bet it plays like a dream
     
  10. dukeplaysbass

    dukeplaysbass Supporting Member

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    Price drop - now $2750 shipped.
     
  11. daahoud

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    Is it all original ? what's everything matches means ?
     
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    Yes, all original. "Everything matches" means that the pickups, pots, serial number and other items commonly used as date-indicators all match up properly.
     
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    Another price drop - $2650
     
  15. dukeplaysbass

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    Another price drop - $2550
     
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    Are you interested a beautiful '79 Rickenbacker 4001 Autumglo?
     
  17. dukeplaysbass

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    Sending you a PM
     
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    Nice bass, but that should be a mid '75 at best. That's when Fender started the 3 bolt neck on the Jazz bass. The pots may be earlier, but that's not uncommon.

    "Fender also switched to the three-bolt neck "micro-tilt adjustable" neck and the "bullet" truss rod in mid-to-late 1975."
     
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    I love it! And in my favorite color with maple neck. GLWS
     
  21. Pet Sounds

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    According to "The Fender Bass: an Illustrated History," page 64, the three-bolt was introduced in late'74.
     

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