SOLD FS: CIJ Fender Geddy Lee Jazz bass w/ HSC

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  1. truckin88

    truckin88 Supporting Member

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    2006-2008 era Crafted in Japan Fender Geddy Lee Jazz / Price: [DEL]$675[/DEL] [DEL]$650[/DEL] $635 Shipped Continental US only

    Just got this off TB about 2 weeks ago, plays like butter but cant get use to the neck. strung with new EB Custom hybrids. I am adding a nice hardshell case I have (no key). I am also going to include a new allparts blank graphite nut for a jazz bass that needs to be cut and slotted, but would be an awesome mod for this bass. I also changed the knobs but original are included.
    Bass has some light scratches, light buckle rash, and 2 very small dings on the lower horn and lower body curve. black is horrible to take photos off, between dust and glare, I tried different light and flash, please see pics.

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    What's she weigh?


    What turned you off about the neck?

    Thx
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  3. truckin88

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    9lbs 12oz, the neck is very thin, flat, fast, which I knew when buying, that is a draw of the geddys. I had figured I could get use to it, since I am use to some of my peaveys, it is thinner than a normal j bass neck. I realize I'd rather play a chunky neck, like a P bass or a Stingray, where you feel like you are holding onto a baseball bat.
     
  4. THORRR

    THORRR Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    It's funny how bass and guitar necks are like shoes
    when it comes to "fitting".

    I'm the exact opposite - I prefer thin necks and sell off
    any bass I might try if it has a baseball bat neck !

    I sold a Mike Lull, a Fender Jazz 24, and several other Fender
    Jazzes that had fat necks. I tried a G & L once and it had a fat neck.

    I'm not big on maple boards, but if Fender ever does a Geddy Lee with a rosewood board I'M IN !!!

    Thanks for the info and GLWTS -
    :bassist:
     
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  6. truckin88

    truckin88 Supporting Member

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    new price!

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    You have a PM.....Bump
     
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    looks like the guy who won it off ebay anint paying...still available bump!
     
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    bump make an offer....no trades.
     
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