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1977 Fender Jazz Bass

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Tbox, Feb 12, 2014.

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  1. Tbox

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    I have for sale a 1977 Fender Jazz Bass in pretty good condition. It has your normal nicks and belt buckle rash for a vintage guitar. The neck has no nicks. I don't have the bridge cover or pickup cover. I just put a new set of D'Addario medium strings on it. It plays and sounds great. The serial # is S7 with 5 digits following signifying 1977. I also have a picture of the volume pot number. Comes with the original case and the latches work.

    I included a picture of the top frets to show the fret wear. Eveything is original Except the knobs of course, and the neck is straight. I checked the truss rod and it moved a little, so it appears to be ok. Also at the top of the inlay block there is a small slit in the rosewood. Not bad at all, just trying to point out all details.

    I'm new here, but have many good transactions on eBay with 186 100% positive, username Boxguitar.
    Also good dealings on the Gear Page as Tbox52 and the Dr Z forum as Tbox.

    I'm asking "let's try $1750 Paypal/Shipped"

    Thanks!

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    Where are you located? Thanks.
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    Do you have original knobs? Any other parts changed or replaced?
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    Can you post the weight and pot dates? Any re soldering on the pots?
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    Where's the crack in the fingerboard? Between the nut and 1st fret?
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    I'm located in Meridian, MS. I don't have the original knobs. Everything else is original. There is a picture of the volume pot that signifies the date and there is no resoldering. It's not exactly a crack in the fretboard at the top, more like a slit in the wood grain. There is a sticker on the bottom of the pick guard that has the same number as is on the headstock. It weighed about 10.5 on my bathroom scale. I have dropped the price again.
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