I had huge plans for this bass, and all of them fell through, so I'm returning to my first love, which is fretless, which, really, is probably the path I should've been taking anyway. So it goes. Up for sale/trade is a lovely 2010 Fender American Deluxe Jazz Bass. It looks exactly like the one here. For those of you who don't want to click through to Fender's site: - Rosewood Fingerboard, 3-Color Sunburst, 3-Ply B/W/B Pickguard - Body: alder, finished in urethane - Neck: maple (Gloss Urethane Front, Satin Urethane Back) - Neck Shape: Modern "C" - Bound Fingerboard - Rosewood fingerboard - 21 frets - White Pearloid Block inlays Pickups are Noiseless N3 single-coil jazz wired to a 3-band preamp. Controls are: - volume - blend - stacked bass and treble - stacked mid and passive tone - active passive switch Lots of other nice features like the high-mass bridge, the string retainer on the A string, etc. etc. Update Weight: 9.2 lbs. on my digital scale. I've added a matching Hipshop Detuner, but if you don't want that I'll happily swap it out for the original and deduct $40 from the price. There's a bit of finish wear on the front bottom edge of the lower bout just under the pickguard and a nick in the back, both of which I'll photograph. Action is set pretty low and can go lower. Currently strung with D'Addario tapewounds, which might be my new favorite string. I don't know the frequency centers on the preamp and Fender isn't telling, but overall I find the preamp to be nicely voiced. There's a volume jump when the preamp is engaged, but I never got the feeling that to live with the bass long-term I would need to change out the pre like I have with some of Fender's past efforts. I could happily play this for the rest of my life as-is...if I wasn't driven by a mad need to play fretless. Asking $1250 shipped in the Fender TSA-approved case. Thanks, J.