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Vintage Fender Bass Knobs - 1960s, 70s & '80s

Discussion in 'For Sale: Parts, Strings, and Accessories' started by The Bass Clef, Oct 8, 2013.


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  1. The Bass Clef

    The Bass Clef “the brian” Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    Southern California
    ALL KNOBS ARE SOLD!

    1978 Fender Tone Knob
    (Volume knob is SOLD)

    Correct for 1977-1980s Jazz, Mustang, or Musicmaster Basses (and also correct for Mustang and Musicmaster guitars from that era, as well as Strats).

    Great condition for being 35 years old! The "TONE" and all the numbers are still very visible, and the inside of the knob isn't chewed up at all.

    $18 Shipped (CONUS w/ USPS).
    Paypal or Money Order Accepted.

    78toneknob_zpsb476a7b0.

    [DEL]Late 1960s-1977 Fender Jazz Knob Set (V/V/T)[/DEL]
    SOLD!

    [DEL]These knobs are from a 1969 Fender Jazz, but are correct for Jazzes up to 1977. Nice condition with a cool patina. Original flathead set screws still turn easily. [/DEL]

    [DEL]$65[/DEL]
    [DEL]$55[/DEL][DEL] Shipped[/DEL][DEL] (CONUS)[/DEL]
    [DEL]Paypal or Money Order Accepted.[/DEL]
     
  2. The Bass Clef

    The Bass Clef “the brian” Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    Southern California
    '60s/70s knobs are SOLD!
     
  3. The Bass Clef

    The Bass Clef “the brian” Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    Southern California
    '78 volume knob is SOLD!

    '78 tone knob is still available.
     
  4. The Bass Clef

    The Bass Clef “the brian” Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    Southern California
    TTT
     
  5. The Bass Clef

    The Bass Clef “the brian” Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    Southern California
    Last knob sold!
     

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