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The Fender Jazz Bass Club Part Seven!!!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Mar 6, 2014.


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  1. hypercarrots

    hypercarrots

    Jan 28, 2009
    california
    no, only the white one is made in japan.
     
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  2. westrock

    westrock

    Nov 18, 2007
    The older I get the heavier it seems. That is one reason it's been in the case all this time.:)
     
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  3. R&B

    R&B Both kinds of music: Rhythm AND Blues! Supporting Member

    Aye, aye, skipper! Anchors aweigh! ;)
     
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  4. Evets1987

    Evets1987

    May 20, 2020
    My main bass for the last 12 years. F86ED7C3-9F77-45F8-8AD8-D02A64EB0F60.jpeg
     
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  5. murphy

    murphy Supporting Member

    May 5, 2004
    Canada
    Do you still like your PV74s?
    I had mine in for a while...I like them....Not as much as my CS64s in my Flea relic, But I do wonder if I would like the Custom Shop 60s CS60s which I can purchase, more than the PV74s I have in my 2010 AM STD??
     
  6. JIO

    JIO Connery... Sean Connery Gold Supporting Member Commercial User

    Jun 30, 2010
    The Mission SF/CA
    musician/artist/owner - Gildaxe
    Never used any of those other pu's you mention so I can't say how the '74s compare. Yes, they are still in the bass and it's a sound I know well and like.

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  7. alembicbones

    alembicbones

    Nov 10, 2000
    Seattle, WA
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    Here's my only 100% Fender Jazz Bass.

    Bones
     
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  8. Crusher47

    Crusher47 Tattoo'ed Freak

    Apr 12, 2014
    Fort Worth, TX
    My current stable.....
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  9. Malak the Mad

    Malak the Mad Over the River and through the Looking Glass Supporting Member

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  10. hypercarrots

    hypercarrots

    Jan 28, 2009
    california
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  12. hypercarrots

    hypercarrots

    Jan 28, 2009
    california
    it’s a fsr or special edition gunmetal blue body and a classic 70s jazz neck. i think it may be getting a neck swap soon though.
    what do you think would look better on this body?

    1. 1969: white pickguard, rosewood fretboard, white binding, pearloid blocks, cbs logo
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    2. 1973: white pickguard, maple board, black blocks/binding, cbs logo
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    3. 1965: white pickguard, rosewood fretboard/dots, transition logo
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  13. OllyW

    OllyW

    Oct 10, 2017
    Stourbridge, UK
    It already looks really good just as it is.
     
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  14. Crusher47

    Crusher47 Tattoo'ed Freak

    Apr 12, 2014
    Fort Worth, TX
    I vote Maple - Where did you find the '69 Rosewood neck? If not using it, do you want to sell it??
     
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  15. Oh man that's a tough choice! It's great as is for sure, looks sexy. I really like all 3 but I might be inclined to do the maple as it looks a bit more uncommon or unconventional with that color closely followed by the blocked and bound option. To further muddy things there is always the elusive bound with dot option. Where there is choice there is also misery. I still think it has a high wow factor how it sits now though!
     
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  16. SJLee

    SJLee Supporting Member

    Nov 7, 2007
    NoVA
    They all look nice. Are the saddles threaded? If not that maple would be interesting with the black guard and you could keep the 70's vibe going. If a threaded saddle, I'm partial to the block/binding neck reminiscent of the yummy late 66 basses. :)
     
  17. hypercarrots

    hypercarrots

    Jan 28, 2009
    california
    i don’t have a 69 or 69 style neck. i’m looking for one.

    that’s what i was thinking too. it is more uncommon.
    i also thought of dots with binding and lollipop tuners. those usually have matching headstocks though and i’ll have to get it custom painted if i want to do that.

    saddles are threaded but the adjustment screws are hex and not slotted. i don’t remember how and wheee i got that configuration. pickup spacing is 60s. i like your thinking.

    the 3 example basses i showed are all real 60s/70s examples where the lake placid blue darkened to that color. i like how gun metal blue is very similar to that.
     
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  18. SJLee

    SJLee Supporting Member

    Nov 7, 2007
    NoVA
    Yes and no. The matching headstocks are definitely cool, but there are non-matching headstocks out there. I picked up a FCS version last year with no matching headstock and like it because it's unusual to see a natural headstock unless it's burst.

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  19. SJLee

    SJLee Supporting Member

    Nov 7, 2007
    NoVA
    With hardware.

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  20. murphy

    murphy Supporting Member

    May 5, 2004
    Canada
    I love how you have it now..BUT a white pickguard PLEASE!!

    I like the 65..with dots only
     
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