Hi all, I know I'm still new and all that, but I wanted to post this up and see if there might be any interest in my Jazz bass. Since I got my 5 string I don't play it anymore, and I'd rather have whatever money I can get out of it than have it just sitting around in the way. Anyway, without further adieu, here's the info: MIM Fender Jazz If memory serves, it was constructed circa 1993 or 1994. The serial number is MN3117957 if you're interested in checking that out yourself. 4 string (new Ernie Ball Power Slinky strings installed) Seymour Duncan Basslines pickups (professionally installed, OEM pickups included with purchase if the buyer wants them) Arctic White body color Rosewood fingerboard Pretty sure it's a maple neck, but I can't really tell woods apart all that well. There's a strip of some sort of dark wood (rosewood, mahogany maybe?) running down the center, so I guess that makes it a 3 piece neck. Small cracks starting at the upper bolts on the neck joint (by upper I mean those closest to the neck itself). Repainted spot just under the output jack Several very small dings on the body Original tuners, bridge, electronics (SD pickups wired in professionally) I apologize that I don't have pictures posted. I'm trying to work out hosting for them now since I'm sick to death of dealing with imagestation. If you're interested I'll gladly send you any picture you would like of the instrument, though. More about the instrument: It plays really well, even if the action's a bit high. I've not messed with trying to set it up or intonate it, because at the time I bought it I didn't know any better, and now I just don't care enough about the bass to mess with it. It's got a nice, hot J-bass tone. The SD's really did a job on hotrodding the sound. It's got the standard passive J-Bass Volume/Volume/Tone pots. They're all nice and tight feeling and they all work with no scratchiness or any of that mess. In addition to the extra pickups, I'll throw in the hard case I got it with as a way of saying thanks for helping a poor college kid out. Now for the numbers: I'd absolutely love to get $250 for the instrument and the case together (no, I won't separate them, and no, I'm not taking the pickups out), but I'll take best offer. In any case, buyer pays shipping, and I'll get you a quote once we agree on terms and I find out where I'm shipping this to. I ship UPS through the company I work for, so you've no worries about your package being taken care of. Email at firstname.lastname@example.org or PM me to see pictures. It's really a very pretty color on a bass that plays pretty well for a Mexican. Thanks for looking, cats and kittens.