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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Arnie, Aug 22, 2012.
You're totally right Arnie. Wish I were a rich man or something.
That is very nice!
1987 is "vintage" now?
Well it is 25 years old. Maybe that's how "vintage" is determined. I guess that makes vintage.... or worse.... I could be a relic? Yikes
That is really hot. 25 years old would make it definitely classic, possibly vintage, but far too young for antique. Could we be looking at a vintage, vintage reissue?
Well the common break-off for "vintage" is 1980, but it has been that as long as I have been playing. I suppose it is about time to move it up.
I'd hit it.
Vintage or not, I think it is a very attractive Jazz bass. I could see myself playing that!
Too bad I am cash poor at this time or I would pop on that. One cannot have too many bass guitars.....
very fair price for that fine bass
Only thing that could make that bass any better is a matching headstock!
This bass looks awesome, but no maple fretboard
NO! A matching head stoke would ablsolutly ruin it!
... but that's a matter of taste.
I had a '90s MIA Fender 5er in that colour.... got more compliments on that bass that any of the other dozens I have owned! People love that colour and it really stands out on stage.
Arnie, I don't know your financial situation, nor would I presume to tell you what to do. But trust me on this: If you're GAS'ing for a bass in the surf green/seafoam green family, nothing will cure you except purchasing a bass in the surf green/seafoam green family.
Looks great and t6he price is right. Pull the trigger for sure
I thought that if it was 30 years old or more, it is considered "vintage".
Either way, I have a sunburst 62' re-issue, fretless, from 1986 and it plays and sounds incredible.
It's my "Jaco" bass and it captures that tone just about perfectly.
That sea-foam green bass looks great. I bet it plays great too.
That's nice. My favorite color combo.
If I needed another 4 string Fender, which I never play cause I'm hooked on 5/6 stringers, I'd be on that in a NY minute . . . gorgeous, and the price is right . . .