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SOLD 1977 Fender Jazz Bass

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Tbox, Feb 12, 2014.

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  1. Tbox


    Feb 11, 2014
    I have for sale a 1977 Fender Jazz Bass in pretty good condition. It has your normal nicks and belt buckle rash for a vintage guitar. The neck has no nicks. I don't have the bridge cover or pickup cover. I just put a new set of D'Addario medium strings on it. It plays and sounds great. The serial # is S7 with 5 digits following signifying 1977. I also have a picture of the volume pot number. Comes with the original case and the latches work.

    I included a picture of the top frets to show the fret wear. Eveything is original Except the knobs of course, and the neck is straight. I checked the truss rod and it moved a little, so it appears to be ok. Also at the top of the inlay block there is a small slit in the rosewood. Not bad at all, just trying to point out all details.

    I'm new here, but have many good transactions on eBay with 186 100% positive, username Boxguitar.
    Also good dealings on the Gear Page as Tbox52 and the Dr Z forum as Tbox.

    I'm asking "let's try $1750 Paypal/Shipped"


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  2. Sleepwalker42

    Sleepwalker42 Supporting Member

    Dec 30, 2008
    Where are you located? Thanks.
  3. SilGarzaJr

    SilGarzaJr SilGarzaJr

    Mar 28, 2012
    North Texas
    Do you have original knobs? Any other parts changed or replaced?
  4. codsack


    Mar 9, 2008
    wilmington nc
    Can you post the weight and pot dates? Any re soldering on the pots?
  5. extreme


    Mar 20, 2000
    Where's the crack in the fingerboard? Between the nut and 1st fret?
  6. Tbox


    Feb 11, 2014
    I'm located in Meridian, MS. I don't have the original knobs. Everything else is original. There is a picture of the volume pot that signifies the date and there is no resoldering. It's not exactly a crack in the fretboard at the top, more like a slit in the wood grain. There is a sticker on the bottom of the pick guard that has the same number as is on the headstock. It weighed about 10.5 on my bathroom scale. I have dropped the price again.
  7. notejung

    notejung Supporting Member

    PM's sent
  8. Tbox


    Feb 11, 2014

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