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Loaded Fender Jazz Body Hwy One Trans Red Wine

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by bassdude51, Nov 7, 2012.


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  1. bassdude51

    bassdude51 Supporting Member

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    MADE IN THE USA Fender Highway One Jazz Bass loaded body. All USA here! No MIM! Neck plate and screws included. (Aftermarket threaded saddle bridge replaced BadAss bridge.)

    A really nice translucent red wine colored alder body with wood grain showing through.

    A few dings that do not break the finish and a very small area of zipper or belt buckle scratches on the back but very slight.

    The finish is red wine satin nitro but it can be buffed with auto finish wax and polish and it will shine up quite a bit to a near gloss finish. If desired.

    Loaded body is about in the 93% to 95% of condition of new.

    $315 now $225 shipped. PayPal USA 48. Please give me 24 hours to disassemble and pack. FedEx Ground (Fretless neck not included!)

    More photos can be sent to an email address. Include addy in a PM. Thanks for looking.
  2. bikeplate

    bikeplate Supporting Member

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    Hi

    Know what it weighs before hardware?

    Rob
  3. bassdude51

    bassdude51 Supporting Member

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    I'm sorry "bikeplate", I do not know the weight of the body loaded or un-loaded. I don't want to disassemble the bass unless if there is a buyer. Thank-you for looking and asking.
  4. bikeplate

    bikeplate Supporting Member

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    Hi

    well that's why I asked. Looking for a body. Thanks anyways

    Rob
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  6. shrigg

    shrigg Supporting Member

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    If my Highway Ones were any indication, approx. loaded body weight would be 2.6 lb. less than the complete bass
  7. bassdude51

    bassdude51 Supporting Member

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    I'll remove the neck and weigh the loaded body. It has a Warmoth fretless neck on it right now. Their steel rods add 8 oz to the total weight. As it is right now, it feels very typical in weight to an average J. Yeah, I know, that says nothing. I'll get a weight posted soon.
  8. bassdude51

    bassdude51 Supporting Member

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    Thank-you "shrigg" for the hardware weight on a loaded Hwy One loaded body.

    I'll get a loaded body weight and minus 2.6 lbs for additional info to be posted.

    Thank-you.
  9. bassdude51

    bassdude51 Supporting Member

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    Lower price for a very nice translucent red loaded Fender Jazz body. Quite a different color for a trans finished bass.
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    bassdude51 Supporting Member

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    Reasonable offers?
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    reduced price bump
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    I'll take this if still available.
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    PM sent to SneakyT
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    SOLD! On it's way to TBer Troy and the music capital of the USA...........Austin, Tx.

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