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SOLD Fender USA (P/J) with HSC..almost mint $575

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by MasterBass!, Mar 24, 2013.


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  1. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    Hey guys...here is a gorgeous 1990 Fender USA JP-90, built in Corona. Its all stock with original electronics that sound soooopurb! These are becoming increasingly rarer, and this is a great example. Everthing works as it should and has no dings or dents, and just a couple light scuffs that should polish right out. Its a real lightweight @ only 7.4 pounds, and has a thin 1.5" Jazz size neck, and the action is super low and easy. Has factory Schaller tuners. This is a really BIG sounding bass with a lot of tonal options. HSC is incl.

    $575 including HSC. (shipping not incl on this one) Shoot me a PM with any offers!

    Partial trades may be ok.

    Part out is fine too.
     
  2. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    2 more
     
  3. bassfreakah

    bassfreakah

    Mar 26, 2011
    Endorsing Artist Ernie ball strings
    love this denny!!!!!!!!! phatty from hell itself.
     
  4. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    Phatty from hell...love it!!:cool:
     
  5. satellite4

    satellite4

    May 23, 2011
    SF Bay Area
    Really like that pickguard...nice bass!
     
  6. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    Thank you Bro !!
     
  7. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    Nother pic
     
  8. staurosjohn

    staurosjohn Supporting Member

    Jun 15, 2010
    Nottingham, MD
    well... here goes another one I won't have! :crying: ...
     
  9. BboogieXVII

    BboogieXVII

    Feb 4, 2013
    jammin
    Wow, that's a looker. OK, I'll start savin change for it. ;)
     
  10. ShirazBop

    ShirazBop Gold Supporting Member

    Sep 29, 2006
    Greensboro, NC
    Church bass! :bag:
     
  11. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    All ya gotta do is wish, Brother J !! :hyper:
     
  12. bassfreakah

    bassfreakah

    Mar 26, 2011
    Endorsing Artist Ernie ball strings
    love that red!!!!!I wish i didn't have so many p's, well not really but just cant get another.
     
  13. BboogieXVII

    BboogieXVII

    Feb 4, 2013
    jammin
    I figure I can save around 78 cents a day, in the meanwhile I'm watching this thread.:cool:
     
  14. 68Goldfish

    68Goldfish Supporting Member

    Nov 4, 2006
    Port Orchard WA
    I've played this bass (if it's the one I'm thinking of) and it sounds huge. I don't know if it's the poplar body or what but it has massive P kick and grind. And the neck is superb. Almost Geddy'ish.
     
  15. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    Did I mention.......only 7.4 pounds !!!
     
  16. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    Pic 'o backside
     
  17. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    Will part out too !!
     
  18. \m/cliffB\m/

    \m/cliffB\m/

    Jun 23, 2009
    dirty jearsy
    DONT PART OUT!

    This thing is beautiful who ever gets this should get the entire thing
     
  19. BboogieXVII

    BboogieXVII

    Feb 4, 2013
    jammin
    I agree with the sentiment, if it's a great player as is I would love to see it remain whole. However from a monetary view it could well be worth it for the owner to part it out; hey I've seen far far worse things happen.
     
  20. MasterBass!

    MasterBass! Reaching new Highs in Lows!! Supporting Member

    Agree'd bro...but seems no one wants the whole bass. Its an absolute killer!
     

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