Here's my absolutely smokin' Bill Nash JB-63 passive Shell Pink Fender Jazz relic'd clone. Rosewood fretboard, alder body. Light!! Reverse tuners. Stacked '62 style knobs. The original 4 hole plate is included. I was told the pickups were Lollars, but I believe he was using Fralins when this was built. This is one of the great early ones ('07??) from the time period before Fender made him stop putting on the headstock decals. Just to be clear, this is NOT a Fender. But odds are, next time you go to a big concert and it looks like someone is playing a beat to hell Fender, it may be one of these. Plays like a dream. Sounds better! Why am I selling? I'm just not a rosewood fretboard guy. And, really, I go through a bunch of basses - I know I'll regret letting this one go. These sell for around $1899.00 new. But, um, since they're made to look and feel used..........I'm not sure why a used price would be less. At any rate!! Strings are about 4 months old. Comes in Nash soft shell case. Might consider a trade. Maple fretboard something or other. 4 string. Not sunburst. Not 1.75" nut width. 1 5/8" is ok. 1.5" is better. Satin or oiled neck. $1295.00 shipped CONUS. I won't ship outside the U.S.