Trade Feeler 2011 Am Std. P for Jazz -- Warning 3TSB/Tort Content!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by BigDanT, Dec 4, 2013.


  1. BigDanT

    BigDanT Supporting Member

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    Got this beautiful 2011 Am Standard P Bass from fellow TB'er RockinRayDuke in trade for one of my Jazz basses.

    Judging by TB threads, it is a TBer's dream bass -- P Bass 3TSB, Tort Guard strung with JF344s.

    Sounds and plays GREAT, no real marks, scratches or issues. Comes with Fender OHSC and all Case Candy.

    This is the first standard P I have owned and while I love the sound, I am running into the same problems that made Ray trade it in the first place. After 20-30 minutes, the neck width/shape are causing hand cramping. (I don't have this same issue with my 51 reissue P because the thinner depth of the neck.)

    So, I am open to trade offers on this one. I'd prefer to do a straight trade for a Fender American Standard J 4 String.

    I absolutely love the 3TSB/Tort combo so this would be first on my list for trades but I am willing to listen to offers.

    I would also be highly interested in an AVRI Jazz even if it means some other considerations (cash/other trade goodies).


    If you have any interest in owning this classic and clean example of American P Goodness, please hit me up with questions or if you want to see more photos!:bassist:

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  3. BigDanT

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    PM Replied.
  4. BigDanT

    BigDanT Supporting Member

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    Still available.
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  6. BigDanT

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    More pics ImageUploadedByTalkBass1386199203.981838.jpg ImageUploadedByTalkBass1386199219.069665.jpg

    Not the best resolution but can send some more to anyone who's interested in this Sweet P.
  7. uptowndirt

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    does this bass have the 60th anniversary neck plate ?
  8. BigDanT

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    Yes. P ImageUploadedByTalkBass1386211341.599822.jpg

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  10. fedenybass

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    Bump for the same issue. I get the worst cramps on chunky pbass necks. It saddens me b/c the pbass sound is awesome. Glwts
  11. BigDanT

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    Winter weather warning bump!
  12. BigDanT

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    Also thanks fedenybass for the bump. I have a 51 p reissue that I love the neck on but it's the classic shape so it's more shallow but something about the newer p shape is killing me.
  13. BigDanT

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    TGIF bump.
  14. BigDanT

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    Willing to add cash for the right J trade.
  15. ROOTS_n_FIFTHS

    ROOTS_n_FIFTHS Low end Lover since '78 Supporting Member

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    That's funny I have the 51 reissue P and just bought a 2013 AM standard P and like the AM standard better and more comfy.
    *Bump for a nice bass and GLWTS*
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    UPDATE
    TRADED. Thanks for all the interest.

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