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Feeler - Fender Jazz 1972 (Denmark)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Europe & International' started by BassmanDk, Mar 8, 2008.


  1. BassmanDk

    BassmanDk

    Nov 23, 2005
    Odense, Denmark
    Employee - 4Sound, Odense
    I've got this bass. I'm not sure about selling but i'm laying out a feeler if somebody have an offer or a nice thing to trade with.
    It's a Fender Jazz Bass from 1972. This has been confirmed by the local fender rep. in Denmark.
    Because of the 4bolt neckplate and the non- bullet trussrodaccess, it's probably assembled in 1972 but with 1971 parts!
    It's black with a maple neck with black bindings and blocks.

    I would say that it's in about 85% original state.
    The non-original parts are;
    The pickguard and it's screws.
    The decal
    (got it via Fender after it had been confirmed)
    The rings around the tuners and the stringtree.
    The strapholders.
    3 of the 4 saddles on the bridge.


    Everything else is original (incl. the case) to the best of my knowledge (and Fender's).

    It plays well, sounds really good.
    Could use a fretjob and some shielding IMO.

    Plz feel free to make an offer.
    Just for the sake of having to post a price, let's say
    2800 Euros.

    Jesper

    More pics in post #6
     
  2. BassmanDk

    BassmanDk

    Nov 23, 2005
    Odense, Denmark
    Employee - 4Sound, Odense
    I take it you're living in America? And don't know the prices in Europe?
    There's a reason why we europeans buy a lot of stuff "overthere". It's cheaper allthough freight, customs and tax take a lot of money at our end.
     
  3. Loel

    Loel Blazin' Acadian

    Oct 31, 2004
    FWIW a friend here in Canada just sold
    his 72 jazz all original for $3850.cdn
    he was asking 4200.3ts,blocks,case..:)
     
  4. BassmanDk

    BassmanDk

    Nov 23, 2005
    Odense, Denmark
    Employee - 4Sound, Odense
    And i bought an original mint condition '75 Jazz 3ts, white blocks with case for $1100 a couple of years ago.
    A friend found a '63 Jazz in totally mint condition on a loft and payed around $600 for it.
    I've seen late '70 p basses go for more than $4000 in Germany.
    What gives? Who's right?
    You can't compare the european market with the american.
    If you feel the price is too high, don't buy!

    The price is there only because i have to put up a price. It is a feeler and mostly as a trader!
     
  5. BassmanDk

    BassmanDk

    Nov 23, 2005
    Odense, Denmark
    Employee - 4Sound, Odense
    more pics
     
  6. One Drop

    One Drop

    Oct 10, 2004
    Swiss Alps
    You needn't defend yourself- it's not only rude to question the price you're asking, it's also against TB rules.

    Good luck with your sale!
     
  7. BassmanDk

    BassmanDk

    Nov 23, 2005
    Odense, Denmark
    Employee - 4Sound, Odense
    I PM'ed the Tb'er who had posted and asked him to remove it.
    He is new to TB. He was very sorry and removed his post right away.
    All is forgotten in my book.
    You are all welcome to PM me with an offer or a trade.
     
  8. BassmanDk

    BassmanDk

    Nov 23, 2005
    Odense, Denmark
    Employee - 4Sound, Odense
    Bumped!
     
  9. BassmanDk

    BassmanDk

    Nov 23, 2005
    Odense, Denmark
    Employee - 4Sound, Odense
    bump
     
  10. etaym

    etaym Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 28, 2005
    Newton, MA
    Nice bass!!!

    As for thge pricing, I sold my 73 Jazz for $3800 not long ago... Like BassmanDk wrote - this is the market price here.

    o yeah...BUMP
     
  11. BassmanDk

    BassmanDk

    Nov 23, 2005
    Odense, Denmark
    Employee - 4Sound, Odense
    Sale pending
     

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