SOLD FT or Sale American Standard Jazz Bass

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    What I have here is I think a 2012 white American Standard Jazz Bass with tortoise pickguard and in great condition. I just went back to the original ad here on TB where I bought the body and this is what the original owner put down as the description "All parts are genuine Fender and were purchased through http://stores.ebay.com/The-STRATosphere (no affiliation) and. Excellent condition nonsmoking home; never gigged, American Standard Olympic white body. Fender custom 60’s single coil PuPs, Fender high mass bridge with string thru bridge or thru body options". I just had a great set up done and I don't feel like taking the guitar apart to find date. The Jazz maple/maple neck is from a 2008 American standard. Also in great condition.
    I rubbed my hand over the bass and could not find any dings for bumps. I never gigged with this bass and it is also has been in a smoke free home.
    Comes with 2012 OHSC and this is from a 2012 as I had another Jazz bass and it was a 2012.

    And trades... I'm interested in hollow body or semi-hollow body basses. Like a Epiphone Jack Cassidy, Warwick Star Bass.... or an Acoustic Bass Only solid body bass would be a Skyline Duck Dunn. also maybe a Fender Strat or Tele. Plus or minus cash.

    THIS BASS HAS BEEN TRADED - thanks
     
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    Alder body?
    Weight?
     
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    8.8 pounds on the bathroom scale. I don't know what kind of wood the body is.
     
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    Some quick pictures
     
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    updated description bump
     
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    up dated trades bump
     
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    A couple more pictures.

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    pm answered and a mid day bump
     
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    just to clarify a couple things - The body is an American Standard body. All the parts on the body are American Fender parts. The bridge and pickguard are the same as a American Standard Jazz bass. I think most of the parts are the same as an American Standard just put together by a TBer. The neck is from a 2008 American Standard Jazz bass that I sold the body and kept the neck because it is a great neck with the smooth satin finish on the back.

    link to where I bought the body http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f126/fs-fender-usa-parts-jazz-bass-1011747/
     
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    Bass traded - Thanks
     

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