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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by JIO, Mar 29, 2015.
Original 1966 Vintage Fender Precision Bass Guitar USA Original Jaco Pastorius | eBay
Maybe they meant to say Pino Paladino
I have to say, this is definitely the nicest Jaco bass I've ever seen.
Hah! Prove of cluelessness! Jaco Pastorius, Pino Palladino… close enough.
The Fender '66 Pino Jacodino Bass!
yah - he played with Weather Station
You can tell its a guitarist selling it because he's going through the trouble of actually researching famous bass players who might have played a bass.
Hey, it's a Fender Jaco Precision Bass!
From the crooked bridge cover to the tomato-soup refin, this just screams out, "Don't look too closely, just pay me already!"
Huh, wasn't it the Weathermen?
Are you sure it wasn't The Power Station. Ha
This is kind of funny to me because I actually found out about Jaco through my guitar player as a teenager. We were all "who is this Jaco guy, why is he such a big deal?"
Still trying to figure that out....
Weather Stripping (write it down!)
I'm sorry, that was GREAT! AND signature worthy! Lol
"66 Fender Pino Jacodino bass he played with Weather Station" that's genius, pure artful genius!
you may quote the part I added
Pssst - Jaco Pastorious is universally accepted by most all famous or otherwise professional players of electric bass as a gifted musician who achieved unparrelleled mastery of the fretless electric bass while he was alive. Just trying to help you figure that out.
Now it says Pino Palladino on the page. Hrm.
Figure out what a joke is..... I said it because people that like Jaco LOVE Jaco, and it would rustle some jimmies.
OK! ~sheesh~ talk about Mr sensitive… I forgot than anything written is potentially 'a joke' … or isn't. < (let's one in on the joke)
Holy crap...I thought you were kidding, and there it is. Amazing.