No longer available Fender Custom Shop Relic Jaco Pastorius Fretless Jazz Bass 2012

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by andysvec, Jun 26, 2018.


  1. andysvec

    andysvec Supporting Member

    Price:
    $3350
    Strings:
    4
    Fretless:
    • Y
    Location:
    Nevada
    This is a 2012 Fender custom shop Jaco tribute fretless: I'm the original owner, I've never gigged it, and it has practically stayed in the case since new as I bought it as a collector piece! Comes with original hard case and all the case candy/hang tag/certificate/even has the original strings still on it, a truly amazing bass that sells new for $4900 online!

    Absolutely 'For Sale' only, no longer looking for trades just a straight sale. I have it listed on ebay now for $3425 plus $95 USPS priority shipping. I'd sell to a fellow TB'r for $3350 shipped USPS priority mail to continental US.

    I'm also including my Jaco magazine collection seen in the pictures, couple rare ones in there too!

    Here's the info from the Fender site regarding the Jaco basses:
    The Jaco Pastorius Tribute Jazz Bass is a faithful re creation of the bass master’s famously distressed sunburst-finish fretless Jazz Bass, and is a result of meticulous research done in cooperation with his technician. Features include a select alder body, specially shaped maple neck, epoxy-coated fretless rosewood fingerboard and knurled chrome Precision Bass control knobs.

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