Hi, question for the experts here.. I have a 1966 Jazz Bass that I believe is all original. The serial #, neck stamp, pots and pickups are all dated to 66. I believe the finish is original as all the solder joints look untouched and it has the paint stick shadow in the neck pocket. It also has a lot of finish checking and it looks original. However, the routing for the control cavity is pretty sloppy. The lines aren't straight (looks like the router gouged the sides a couple times and the lines are kinda wavy). It also has 2 levels of routing that don't match up so well. In other words, they did a shallow route halfway and then did a 2nd, deeper route to make the cavity the right depth. These 2 routes aren't flush in some spots so you can see the lower (2nd) route sticks out a little further than the upper route (maybe a 1/16" or less). The finish covers the inside of the cavities (very little bare wood showing) so the routing was definitely done before it was painted. And everything else about the body looks factory. I am away from home (and the bass) right now so I can't take pics at this time, but I hope my description makes sense. So my question is.. Were body routes from the 60s known to be sloppy or inconsistent sometimes or do I have a fake '66 body with real vintage Fender everything else? I'm thinking the routing was all done by hand back then so it seems likely that some came out better than others, but I don't know. My guess would be that since the control plate covers the route anyways, that it still passed Fender's quality standards. Anyone? Thanks.