FS: Fender '75RI FSR Jazz Bass

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  1. krall

    krall Supporting Member

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    Very rare 2002 Fender '75 reissue FSR (factory special run) Jazz bass for sale. Custom made in USA for European market. Only 250 made in Olympic White. Includes all case candy/hangtags. Near mint. Approx. weight is 10 lbs. Only blemish is a tiny paint chip at neck pocket (see it in last pic), which happened when neck was removed for set up (the lacquer in that area had cured/stuck on the neck). The chrome ashtray and chrome pickup covers were never installed.

    Specs from Fender:

    Date: 8/22/2002

    Model Name: Fender FSR '75 Jazz Bass(r)

    Model Number: 017-4300-(809)

    Series: American Vintage Series

    Body: Alder

    Neck: Maple,

    (Poly-Urethane Finish)

    Fingerboard: Rosewood, (7.25" Radius/184 mm)

    No. of Frets: 20 Vintage Size

    Scale Length: 34" (864 mm)

    Width @ Nut: 1.500" (38 mm)

    Hardware: Chrome

    Machine Heads: Standard

    Bridge: Vintage '70s with Single Groove Saddles

    Pickguard: 3-Ply White Pearloid

    Pickups: 2 Vintage Jazz Bass Single-Coil Pickups

    Pickup Switching: N/A

    Controls: Volume 1. (Neck Pickup), Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup), Master

    Tone

    Colors: Candy Apple Red, Olympic White, Lake Placid Blue, Sonic Blue

    (Polyurethane Finish)

    Strings: Fender Super Bass 7250ML, #073-7250-005, (.045, .065, .080,

    ..100)

    Unique Features: Matching Painted Headstock,

    White Binding with Pearloid Block Position Inlays,

    "Bullet" Truss Rod Adjustment,

    3-Bolt Neck Plate with Tilt Adjustment Feature

    Source: CORONA (US)

    Accessories: Black Tolex Case

    U.S. MSRP: $2,199.99

    Specs: Product Prices, Features, Specifications and Availability Are

    Subject To Change Without Notice

    INTRODUCED: 2/2002

    DISCONTINUED:

    DISCONTINUED COLORS:

    COMMENTS: Limited run for the European Market in 2002

    WRENCH SIZES: Truss rod and tilt adjust wrenches:

    3/32" 0018622000


    Asking $1700 USD. No trades. Shipping extra. Paypal *SOLD!!*

    Located in Canada

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  2. Jeff K

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    :eek: Wow! Absolutely beautiful...
     
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    gorgeous!

    Anybody know hwo these compare to a Custom Shop in build quality, playability etc?
     
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    How much does it weigh?? I owned a LPB one of these, it was 10Lbs.
     
  7. krall

    krall Supporting Member

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    I just put it on the bathroom scale- 10lbs
     
  8. C64

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    Well, thats the end of this sale. You brought it into the Bathroom?
    Now it has the Seinfeld red dot on it. ;)
     
  9. krall

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    Technically, no! I put the scale on the living room floor, so we're all good! :D
     
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    I used to own this bass and can tell you it's awesome. Very similar to the natural wood 75 USA RI, but a little heavier. Sounds great! Free bump
     
  13. louiedi

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    Difference between alder and the natural ash of the 75 usa maybe?
     
  14. krall

    krall Supporting Member

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    Yup.
     
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    Still available!
     
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    You know you want it BUMP ! :D
     
  20. krall

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    Haha..I forgot to message you back..I have two cash offers on the table..I'm just checking if anybody else out these is interested..So I won't be doing the trade, sorry..Best of luck with the sale of your guitar!
     
  21. PUCKBOY99

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    No problem Brother....just wanted to give that beauty a BUMP ;)
     

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