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FS/FT FENDER JAGUAR MIJ RED HEADSTOCK AND BODY

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Greg_S, Jan 23, 2013.


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  1. Greg_S

    Greg_S Gold Supporting Member

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    Location:
    Orange County, California
    SOLD for $515. Price dropped to accommodate a local purchase, cash and took a gig bag instead of HSC.

    Selling all my 4 string basses. Next up is my Fender Jaguar MIJ model that has the red body and red headstock. Asking price is $650 with free shipping to CONUS only. Would consider trades for a 5 string bass or a TC Electronic rig. Comes with a nice HSC.

    The bass is essentially brand new and in pristine 10/10 condition. I just don't play 4 strings any longer and am getting rid of them all.

    NOTE: In the spirit of full disclosure, this bass has a hum when you let go of the strings or lose contact with the bass, which from what I can tell is inherent from the factory build - not a defect. There are a myriad of threads here that discuss this issue and all sorts of solutions to fix it if you want to. You don't hear any hum when playing but your sound man will go nuts trying to figure where the hum is coming from when there is a lull in the action!

    Pictures - http://flic.kr/s/aHsjDBSQ6c
  2. bassfreakah

    bassfreakah Supporting Member

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    Endorsing Artist Ernie ball strings
    my jap jazz does the same thing. just dont let go of the strings. beautiful bass..
  3. Greg_S

    Greg_S Gold Supporting Member

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    Location:
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    On hold, sale pending. Will accept back up offers through the weekend though.

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