FT: Fender Mexican tex mex strat for a bass

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by squeally dan, Jan 22, 2014.


  1. squeally dan

    squeally dan Supporting Member

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    I have this guitar I'm not using and need a bass. I'd love to trade for some type of jazz bass but am open.

    The guitar is in good shape but it does have some scratches. I tried to take pics but some of them are hard to capture. Overall it doesn't look bad. I'm not the original owner but I can say it had played great and sounded great for my church gig. It is the Tex Mex model that was the precursor to the more current Jimmy Vaughn model. It is black with a maple neck. It does not have a case or the tremolo bar.

    Pm me with any offers.

    I'll add more info and pics when I get home tonight.

    Thanks.
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  2. squeally dan

    squeally dan Supporting Member

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  3. el basso

    el basso Supporting Member

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    no posted pics / no email pics
  4. Frankjohnson

    Frankjohnson

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    I thought that the original Tex Mex strats had 7.25 radius and rosewood?
    Just curious........

    Great guitars when they turn up.
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  6. el basso

    el basso Supporting Member

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    still nothing? weird.
  7. squeally dan

    squeally dan Supporting Member

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    Pics added!
  8. JazzBass1949

    JazzBass1949 I Did That Ya I played There Ya I Did What a Blast Supporting Member

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    I have a Bass you may want this is a Squier plays sounds Super, one thing Has a 1 7/16" at nut Neck Rare Neck Lo action neck great, body has some chips not a mess but been Played and Works Great a good Player with a Fast Thin Hard to find Neck ,,,

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