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For Sale sold LPB Classic 60's Jazz Bass

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by SneakyT, Jan 15, 2014.


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  1. SneakyT

    SneakyT

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    Location:
    Austin
    Price:
    650
    Strings:
    4
    Location:
    Texas
    It is a beauty. Re-finished in Lake Placid Blue nitro. The back of the neck is still original poly. It's been gigged a bit so there are a few scrapes and dings. There are two more dings not present in the first pictures as the pictures are older. Bottom Pictures show the dings. The electronics have been upgraded (Brass shielding plates and American standard pickups) which made all the difference in the world. That classic jazz sound. It sounds and plays wonderful. Neck is straight and plenty of fret life. Its fairly light.

    I'm looking for $650 Shipped CONUS. No case but will be professionally packaged. Please No trade offers.

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    Small dent. Hard to photograph and hard to see without the right light.

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    Dings not present in first picture

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    Last edited: Jul 11, 2014
  2. dwjazz54

    dwjazz54

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    Beautiful bass - wish I needed it!
  3. petrus61

    petrus61 Supporting Member

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    Argh...why do these things always pop up AFTER I spent my GAS money??
  4. lynott-forever

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    What a beauty! Good luck!
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  6. JeffplaysBass

    JeffplaysBass Supporting Member

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  7. JeffplaysBass

    JeffplaysBass Supporting Member

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  8. JeffplaysBass

    JeffplaysBass Supporting Member

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    Bump, why not.
  9. LAG

    LAG Supporting Member

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    I think she would look great with a mint green guard, bump.
  10. SneakyT

    SneakyT

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    If someone would prefer another guard that is always possible.
  11. SneakyT

    SneakyT

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    Holding on to this for now. Took it to a couple of practices and it's becoming my go to jazz.
  12. SneakyT

    SneakyT

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    Back up for sale! price lowered.
  13. Burwabit

    Burwabit Likes guitars that tune good and firm feelin women Supporting Member

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    like this one too. wow.
  14. SneakyT

    SneakyT

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    Thanks man
  15. LAG

    LAG Supporting Member

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    If i needed another jazz bass, this would be it, bump.
  16. SneakyT

    SneakyT

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  17. etherealme

    etherealme

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    So, this is a 100% MIM fender that has been refinished? Since it's prior to 2006 model I assume it has a 7.25 fingerboard radius? Thanks!
  18. SneakyT

    SneakyT

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    The pickups and shielding are American but otherwise MIM Classic 60's bass (not a MIM standard jazz just to clarify). 7.25 radius. I believe these had the same hardware as American as well. I can't tell the difference side by side.
    Last edited: Jul 18, 2014
  19. hrodbert696

    hrodbert696 Supporting Member

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    Oh, mama! LOVE that LPB/tort combination, it's a shame you don't see it more often. GLWTS.
  20. tjh

    tjh Supporting Member

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    ... The Classic Series 60's Jazz has always had the 7.25" fretboard radius, from its introduction in '01 to current ... ;)
  21. SneakyT

    SneakyT

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