For Sale/Trade PRICE DROP - Fender Jazz Plus V USA - 1993 - EXCELLENT CONDITION

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by jaydbass, Nov 7, 2020.

  1. jaydbass

    jaydbass Supporting Member

    Jul 12, 2010
    New Jersey
    United States
    Up for sale is an excellent condition 1993, USA made Fender Jazz Plus V in sunburst finish with Alder body, maple neck and rosewood fretboard. Great shape for a nearly 30 year old bass guitar with only 2x minor imperfections captured in 2 of the pictures on the bottom side of the body.

    These are some of THE BEST sounding Fender J basses ever made that can hold it's own with any modern bass. The Kubucki preamp gives it an uber-modern, articulate tone that rides on top of the typical Fender Jazz nasal and oomph you expect.

    Controls Are:
    • Stacked Volume / Blend
    • Stacked Treble / Bass (acts as tone in passive mode)
    • Preamp Rotary: Mute / Passive / Active / Active w/Mid Boost

    The Lace Sensor pickups combined with the Kubicki 9V preamp provides an awesome scooped character that makes the taut, low B super punchy. One of the lightest and most comfortable Fender J basses at just shy of 9 lbs on home scale. This axe provides quite a bit of tonal versatility that can easily adapt to all styles. Fingerboard radius is relatively flat making for a pretty fast fiver that still maintains a comfortable spacing.

    Looking primarily for a straight sale but open to hear trade ideas as well.

    Reviews/references available via TB, eBay, Reverb and a couple of watch forums as required.

    Will ship insured UPS in lower 48 CONUS in pictured hardshell case.

    Great deal for anyone interested!!!

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  2. jaydbass

    jaydbass Supporting Member

    Jul 12, 2010
    New Jersey
    Weekend price drop... $850 PP shipped...
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  3. Humabass

    Humabass Supporting Member

    Mar 16, 2002
    Northern Virginia
    What's the nut width and the neck depth at first fret if you know it?
  4. smurfco

    smurfco Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 16, 2007
    Norwalk, CT
    Hey that's pretty cool!