Greetings So I bought via auction from Japan this MIJ 'N' serial Jazz. I had never seen a maple fret board with dot inlays, and on that colour with the Basslines/SD pups with the spiral bridge, so I was intrigued. The serial number indicates that it is a 93/94. The colour was available at that time on the JB62G-70, so its feasible in my mind that this could be an "order made", which would also explain the maple fret-board, spiral bridge and pup selection etc. BUT, on receiving the bass, there are absolutely no stamps in the neck pocket and on the base of the neck there is only the number '5-12' as per the photos in the this post below: Fake cij? I have a few other MIJ fenders and all have neck pocket stamps of some sort and I understand that order made jobs have either an order made decal on the back of the headstock and/or a neck pocket stamp. The decals on the head-stock seem a bit clunky (see photo) but otherwise under the clear coat. And the neck has this large brown/dark streak on the g string side. The dot inlays are inlays - not painted on, the pots are the same pots as the the post above as well. So I am leaning towards it being legit, but would welcome all views as it most certainly is not usual. UPDATE Added a few more photos of the neck base and pocket as well as pu cavities and pots. The pups have been dropped in later by the looks of the rough solder job. Plus finally had a chance to play it and it sounds great.