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FS/FT: 2011 Fender American Standard Jazz Bass (burst, flamed maple)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Lublin, Dec 30, 2012.


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  1. Lublin

    Lublin Supporting Member

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    Looking to sell or trade my almost mint 2011 Fender American Standard Bass. It plays excellent with low action and sounds like a great JB should. The neck has a gorgeous flame throughout the maple which I've never seen on a bass in this series. It comes with the original super heavy duty Fender flight case.

    $900 shipped CONUS.

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  2. Zitch

    Zitch Registered Brand of Cool Supporting Member

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    These are great, underated basses, love mine to death.
  3. Lublin

    Lublin Supporting Member

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    Thanks. Tremendous amounts of bass for the money. Just trying to change things up a bit in the new year. If nothing good gets offered I'll just keep enjoying it. :bassist:
  4. ShirazBop

    ShirazBop Gold Supporting Member

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    Classic Bump
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  6. Dr Funk

    Dr Funk "If you ain't appearing then you be disappearing" Supporting Member

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    What is the weight please?
  7. Jwood

    Jwood Supporting Member

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    What are you looking for as far as trades go?
  8. Lublin

    Lublin Supporting Member

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    Thanks!
    I'll have an exact postal scale weight posted tomorrow.
    I'll consider anything, really. I do LOVE P Basses! Mainly looking to change things and spice them up!
  9. Ed_in_NE_Ohio

    Ed_in_NE_Ohio

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    Bumping this beauty J-bass...
    But mostly bumping because Lublin has the BEST...AVATAR...EVER!
  10. Lublin

    Lublin Supporting Member

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    Thanks! I actually get quite a few PM's about it. I love it, too!

    Here's the official weight photo. Right at 9 lbs, balances perfectly, and plays like a dream.

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    duritsch21@cinc Supporting Member

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    PM Sent
  13. Lublin

    Lublin Supporting Member

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    Still available.
  14. travisme123

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    I have an Amer STD precision Sunburst maple board. Perfect condition. Bought it a year ago brand new from American musical. I love a precision but a jazz is a better fit for my small hands.
  15. Lublin

    Lublin Supporting Member

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    Wish I liked maple boards on basses! :meh:
  16. Chuck M

    Chuck M Supporting Member

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    What keeps it from being mint? Wear or damage?

    Chuck
  17. Lublin

    Lublin Supporting Member

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    Maybe some pick marks, a tiny little ding on the bottom edge which I can't photograph.
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