Help me identify this Japanese fender Jazz Bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by DarrrenRod, May 18, 2018.


  1. DarrrenRod

    DarrrenRod

    May 18, 2018
    im a guitar player, so have no real knowledge of basses. My friend gave me this bass that was lying around in a case untouched since 1991. It's a Japanese Fender Jazz bass, but I have no idea beyond that. Based on the serial number and some research, I believe it was built around 1989.

    Pictures attached. If someone could give me the exact model, maybe a link to the same guitar somewhere on the web. Also what a fair price is if I look to sell it

    Thanks!
     

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  2. Snakeman1066

    Snakeman1066 Supporting Member

    Sep 17, 2007
    Central Valley
    "Made in Japan" = FujiGen Gakki

    beyond that I got nothing concerning the "exact" model... though Japanese Fenders are highly prized in quality being second only to the American made instruments...

    technically you are supposed to be at minimum a supporting member to ask value questions via the rules but re-sale your looking at about $650.00 to $800.00 if it's in really great shape
     
  3. DarrrenRod

    DarrrenRod

    May 18, 2018
    Thanks! Really appreciate it. Sorry, was unaware of that rule
     
  4. FranF

    FranF Supporting Member

    Jul 25, 2004
    Northeastern PA
    Oh well...
     
  5. scuzzy

    scuzzy

    Feb 15, 2006
    Troy, MO
    Lagavulin 16 year.

    Just helping you identify the drink you should buy for the friend who gave you the bass if you determine to sell it.
     
  6. tato62

    tato62

    Mar 3, 2014
    Montreal Can.
    Looks like a jb62... Great basses... I know i have one:bassist:
     
  7. flatwound62p

    flatwound62p

    Apr 24, 2017
    Australia
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