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HELP! Rare fretless Precision Body with a Jazz Neck MIM

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by los100malditos, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. HELP! is it POSSIBLE from factory??? just bought a very rare MIM fretless Precision Bass with Jazz Neck BUT in the headstock says JAZZ BASS ... IM I BEING FOOLED??? (it is not the aerodyne or Duffs bass) serial MZ7 xxxxxx
  2. :meh:So, the body is fretless?:eyebrow:
  3. pnut166


    Jun 5, 2008
    They`re not rare. I see fretless bodies everywhere I look :smug:
  4. sorry ... fretless Precision Bass with Jazz Neck BUT in the headstock says JAZZ BASS
  5. Dr. Love

    Dr. Love

    Nov 5, 2008
    Lubbock, TX
    I say no, not original. Somebody swapped necks.
  6. that was my first impression ... all the screws on the neckplate are flawless, new, mint ... someone did it very very carefully ...
  7. danomite64


    Nov 16, 2004
    Tampa, Florida
    Wow, someone removed screws without damaging them? Is that even possible? Could it be that they heard of, and amazingly, had access to, the fabled #2 Phillips head screwdriver?
  8. Step


    Feb 20, 2008
    it is said that only the chosen one can wield the phillips head screw driver, the end of fretless bodies is near!
  9. Papersen


    Mar 22, 2002
    Can you post some pics of the bass ??
    That would be useful to determine it.
  10. danomite64


    Nov 16, 2004
    Tampa, Florida
    All kidding aside, the only thing that can be believed about that bass at this time is the Neck is a 2007 MIM Jazz neck (and I'd still like to see pics of it to be sure). I don't think Fender's currently making a Fretless Precision in that price range, so it makes a sort of sense that someone put it together. However, that Precision body could be anything. There are tons of P-Bass copies out there; it could be a MIM Fender, but it also could be an SX, Hondo, or any of a number of other brands. The bass didn't come from factory that way; there is no Custom Shop in Mexico that I've ever heard of. That being said, if the bass is selling for cheap, and sounds and plays great, who cares?
  11. kjpollo


    Mar 17, 2008

    You guys are goin with very little sleep, eh? :p
  12. danomite64


    Nov 16, 2004
    Tampa, Florida
    No, not at all. Is that a joke? I mean, I see the laughing emoticon, but I don't see the joke.
  13. J. Crawford

    J. Crawford Supporting Member

    Feb 15, 2008
    Possibly because youre coming down hard on the guy for nothing, Dan. I mean.. hes asking a question, and you gave a terribly sarcastic answer. You made up for it in your later post though!

    Post some pictures, itd help us out big time.
  14. here are some pics of the thing


    reducida fender.jpg
  15. danomite64


    Nov 16, 2004
    Tampa, Florida
    The body's a Squier. It could be something cheaper, but it looks Squier to me.
  16. How you can tell is Squier?
  17. Are squier smaller or something?
  18. danomite64


    Nov 16, 2004
    Tampa, Florida
    Because I used to have one like that.
  19. Squier Precison Special body with Mighty Mite neck


    easy way to see is measuring the width
    or how thick the body
    If its a Fender then the average thickness is 1 1/2" give or take measured at the upper and lower bouts (horns)
    My Squier was much thinner probably between 1"-1-1/4"
    plus the agathis body was super light

    still it was a great sounding bass
    I just hope you didnt buy it for over 250 bucks
  20. thank you yellofury ... a scientific answer
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