Fender Fullerton Reissue club

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by mrpackerguy, Jan 30, 2009.


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  1. Allotabass1

    Allotabass1

    Dec 20, 2019
    Well that makes two 82 JBs and three 82 57s.
    NICE.

    So how common are the ink stamps for 82. Are they late 82?
    Plate is V0003xxx. I know it's no science.
     
  2. Yeah, that isn't unusual.
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  3. Allotabass1

    Allotabass1

    Dec 20, 2019
    That's one too many zeros.
     
  4. porterbass

    porterbass Supporting Member

    Jul 11, 2013
    Chicago
  5. Whale

    Whale

    Apr 12, 2008
    Portland, OR
    Whew!! The prices people are asking for Fullertons is continually moving upwards. I rather doubt the instruments are actually selling for that amount. If they are, though, my initial "investment" in my Jazz has octupled.
     
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  6. SJLee

    SJLee Supporting Member

    Nov 7, 2007
    NoVA
    Wow! That’s eclipsing most new Fender Custom Shop prices.
     
  7. jneuman

    jneuman

    Apr 17, 2004
    This is my '57 Reissue. What does this neck date look like to you? Looks like 11-11-8X. could be 82 since there is a long tail on the last number but I'm not sure. I bought it in 1991 from a pawn shop. The Serial is V016137. Also does the 'F' on the back of the neck instead of a name IMG_6277.JPG IMG_6278.JPG IMG_6279.JPG IMG_6280.JPG IMG_6277.JPG mean that it's a factory second? Could this have been assembled from discarded parts? The body paint has some cosmetic issues or it's a bad refin.
     
  8. Looks complete legit. 11-11-82 and Vintage White (541).
     
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    From a 1983 CAR:
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  10. BritBass 2

    BritBass 2

    Jan 20, 2014
    Recent clean/ polish plus the annual fingerboard oil treatment. C6A52DF6-B79B-47CB-A065-8E803142B724.jpeg 5D76BF63-7735-4B73-8F27-5A6115CCF39C.jpeg DBC2C524-8A55-4F5B-B1A0-246DA43FF815.jpeg 2557E104-B112-4878-B607-F645E8523ABA.jpeg
     
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  11. 7dollarbologna

    7dollarbologna Supporting Member

    Apr 22, 2014
    Downtown Albuquerque
    Desert Eccentric
    3F43B7DE-6F76-47BF-B4D5-8B49D46EFC9D.jpeg Hi guys, I need some help regarding a pickup rewind for my 84 Jazz - I need to know the resistance of the neck pickup, so I let the place that’s doing the rewinding a figure to shoot for - I’m guessing it’s in the 7 ohm range.. thank you very much in advance.

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  12. yodedude2

    yodedude2 Supporting Member

    Nov 19, 2005
    san antonio, texas
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  13. 7dollarbologna

    7dollarbologna Supporting Member

    Apr 22, 2014
    Downtown Albuquerque
    Desert Eccentric
    Does anyone know the type of wire that was originally used to wind the pickups?
     
  14. BritBass 2

    BritBass 2

    Jan 20, 2014
    This particular one was sold via The Chicago Music Exchange , it sustained significant finish damage from sitting on a guitar stand . 55D5247F-2740-4B54-BED4-8366B733BC56.png 58AB9774-E1BC-4835-8EE4-7E142211C367.jpeg
     
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