Hey everyone! Thought I'd share a few close up/in detail pics of my new bass, the fender japan jb65-85us. Specs: Jb (jazz bass) 65 (1965 reissue) 85 (price in yen on release) US (USA pickups) Solid 3 piece alder body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, 7.25" radius, chunky C profile. All pretty much period correct besides the tuners, which in 1965 were the lollipop shape. The wiring job inside functions well, but is soon getting an upgrade with CTS true vintage taper pots, a .47uf ceramic capacitor, switchcraft input jack and a vintage cloth wire. The neck itself, is hands down the best playing/looking neck that I have ever layed my hands on. It feels absolutely amazing! Has the period correct small frets, and I have to say WOW to the binding and dots. Fit and finish wise. Superb. The burst is amazing, the alder has a very nice grain and the overall fitment of everything is top notch. In conclusion, after owning about 3 or 4 MIM basses, a 1978 fernandes P bass, a highway one, an american standard, a 1980 fernandes bomber bass, an orville EB3 and a bunch of squier VM and CV basses, this one blows them all away! The only bass I have personally played that is equal to this 65' reissue is an AV 63' p bass and an original 68' P. Otherwise this bass is all I ever wanted out of a bass, and if you can find one (try ishibashi) do yourself a favour and buy one! I paid AUD$750 for mine ($850 if you include new wiring and DR sunbeams) which is a whole lotta bass for a very reasonable price. Cheers and feel free to share pics of your Jazz bass and details!