I figured the best place to go for it would be Talkbass! I've always wanted a jazz-styled bass, but as I'm a "smaller" bassist (5'5",) the standard size is fairly unwieldy on me. Ive recently come across a 1992 Fender Jazz Plus V, which was a downsized model (much like Warmoths Dinky J-bass body style,) and Im looking for some info on the model while I consider the purchase. (Ive found nothing on the net, btw.) Some of the information/opinions Im looking for is; Build Quality In general, how was the build, hardware and wood quality? Electronics As I recall, the plus series had the same electronics package as the Kubicki Factor basses. Any opinions on how the active electronics work with reproducing a jazz tone? Should I consider replacements if the platform is worthy? The B-string If I remember correctly, this was one of the lower points of the line. Would this be a deal-breaker (I used the low B a great deal,) or are there other solutions? (such as a string-through-body bridge, or upgraded electronics) Neck size/profile/string spacing Im assuming its fairly thin, but does anyone have specific numbers for nut/bridge width, string spacing, and neck profile? As comparison, Im really comfortable on a Pedulla Rapture J-5 with the standard 17.5 mm spacing at the bridge. Lastly, does anyone have a general idea on how much theyre going for on the used market? I could default to my original plan of building a dinky jazz from Warmoth parts for $500-600, so does it make economic sense to spend that much on a bass that Im unsure of the quality of? Thanks in advance from a relative newbee to the forum!