SOLD FS Fender Marcus Miller Jazz Bass Natural 4 String - $800 *free shipping

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by jsumbi, Mar 21, 2011.

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  1. jsumbi


    Oct 30, 2009
    So Cal

    This is a stock Fender Marcus Miller Jazz Bass in natural finish. This bass was made in Japan. I’m asking for $800 with free shipping covered up to $50. This bass was purchased used and does have a couple of very minor cosmetic blemishes (one minor ding on the headstock under the last Z in Jazz, one ding on the back of the neck on upper end of skunk stripe, and the usual finger scratches in the slap area of the pickguard -- may be difficult to see in pictures). This bass has no fret wear. Local pickup (Los Angeles, CA 90008) is available or I can ship to CONUS with Paypal payment. International buyer inquiries are welcome, but acceptance not guaranteed.

    8.6 lbs.
    34” scale length
    46.5” overall length
    1.5” nut width
    .75” (19mm) string spacing at bridge
    Ash body
    Maple neck, “Bullet” truss rod nut, 3 bolt micro-tilt neck plate
    Maple fingerboard with block inlay and binding, 20 frets
    Vintage reverse gear tuners
    Badass II bridge
    Vintage Jazz single-coil bridge pickup (stock)
    ‘75 Vintage Jazz single-coil neck pickup (stock)
    9v preamp
    Neck volume - Bridge volume - Bass boost/cut - Treble boost/cut - Passive switch
    SKB Freedom hard shell case
    Dunlop straplocks

    Please see pictures:
    IMG_9474.jpg IMG_9486.jpg IMG_9471.jpg IMG_9490.jpg IMG_9483.jpg
  2. GregBass1979


    Feb 26, 2008
    What's up with that Logo a little crooked? Was that from the factory?
  3. jsumbi


    Oct 30, 2009
    So Cal
    Yep, that's just how it is. Just visit fender's website and you can see that's how they are made. Or better yet, here's the image from their website (the logo is just turned at the headstock bend). I don't make the rules....

  4. jsumbi


    Oct 30, 2009
    So Cal
  5. Great pics and price. Good luck!
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