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F/S Quilt Maple Jazz Body, very light and resonant

Discussion in 'For Sale: Parts, Strings, and Accessories' started by Famous Shamus, Mar 17, 2013.


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  1. Famous Shamus

    Famous Shamus Supporting Member

    Feb 22, 2008
    NYC
    Hi Folks, SOLD SOLD

    I bought this body a while back. Really light weight Swamp Ash or Alder body (hard to tell), with a Quilt maple top, and a pretty burst finish. Weight of the body is 3 lbs, 10 oz

    Nice resonant piece of wood, but it's beat to hell. Still, it looks decent, until you get close up. I took pics with and without flash to give the potential buyer a good look at her.
    The body has wear on it, with various dings and dents, but the finish and color hide it surprisingly well. There is a small depression where the mounting plate goes, but so long as you land your screw into your neck well, it's a non-issue. Control cavity has shielding paint, and pickup routes are copper shielded. There is a clear pickguard on the body included, as well as a battery holder in the control compartment. You have holes on here for a Schaller bridge or standard Fender 5 hole.

    Neck pocket is standard Fender size, and will fit standard Fender, Warmoth, USACG, etc. necks. Pocket is nice and tight, no gaps. I also will include the control cavity cover and some screws.

    Letting it go fairly cheap at 150.00 shipped to you in the CONUS, but feel free to make offers.

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  2. This used to be mine.
    Good price!!
    GLWTS
     
  3. Famous Shamus

    Famous Shamus Supporting Member

    Feb 22, 2008
    NYC
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