SOLD Fender Custom Shop 1960 Jazz Relic- Stacked Knob (Daphne Blue)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by metalloid, May 16, 2019.


  1. metalloid

    metalloid Supporting Member

    Feb 2, 2001
    DC
    Price:
    $2200
    Strings:
    4
    Location:
    District Of Columbia
    Fender Custom Shop 1960 Jazz Bass Relic (Stacked Knob)
    • Daphne Blue nitrocellulose finish
    • Lightweight alder body (8.9lbs)
    • Quarter-sawn maple neck
    • Rosewood fretboard
    • 9.5" radius
    • Vintage frets
    • 60 Jazz Bass "U" neck shape
    • Bone nut
    • Vintage hardware
    • Stack knob
    • 4-ply tortoiseshell pickguard
    • Includes hardshell case, Custom Shop leather strap, certificate of authenticity, cable, covers, etc.
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    Beautiful maple grain, dark rosewood fretboard, frets are perfect, action is quite low (0.010 @ 7th) and the truss rod nut is flush with the neck heel. Strung with brand new TI JF344 flats (uncut), but will include five total sets of strings- second set of TI JF344s (14 years old), Rotosound swing bass, DR PureBlues VW and D'Addario Nickel Wounds. I paid a Fender Custom Shop tech (Fairfax, VA) refinish the rear of the neck to match the feel of my Pino Palladino signature precision (see above). Second owner, otherwise like new. Priced to sell!

    Payment via Venmo, Zelle, etc. CONUS shipping included. Can't entertain trades at this time. Thanks for your interest!
     
  2. Oh, man! This is tempting. And, I live in MD. Not too far away.
     
  3. Polk Salad

    Polk Salad Passenger, Ship of Fools Supporting Member

    Sep 18, 2007
    Very nice.
     
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  4. metalloid

    metalloid Supporting Member

    Feb 2, 2001
    DC
    Here are the included strings:

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