For some time, I’ve wanted a second P bass, but after listening to videos and playing an example with flats, what I really want is a Jazz. If I move a couple of cabs in the near future, I will probably be on the hunt for a nice example. But as most of my attention has been on Precisions until recently, perhaps some of you can point me in the right direction. Here are a few parameters: - It doesn’t have to be a Fender, but Fenders are great. - It doesn’t have to be US-made but I’ll admit I’m a little snobbish about overseas stuff that isn’t MIJ. Lakland Skylines are an exception that comes to mind. I’m not looking to mod/replace stuff in order to upgrade. - Only 4-strings, and preferably 20-21 frets. - I will probably favor the neck pickup or blend in just a little from the bridge, so a great neck PU and placement is important to me. - The nut width of Jazz necks are nice, but I don’t like flat profiles. A nice round neck suits my hand better. The rounder the better. - I prefer the vintage 7.25” radius, but 9.5” is ok. - I don’t like string-thru only basses. I at least want the option to top-load strings. - Whatever I acquire will wear flats, probably Fender or La Bella. - I prefer passive to active, or at least the option to switch to passive. - I actually don’t like super-light basses so long as the neck doesn’t dive, and between 9-10 lbs seems to be my happy spot. - Up to $2k, but I’m not looking to spend all of that just because. Under $1k suits me just fine. A 70’s example under 10 lbs would be dreamy, but I don’t think I should shell out the clams right now. - I’m not much for signature basses. Perhaps a certain example fits all the criteria, but I wouldn’t normally search out a signature model as my first choice. - Pure bonus points: surf green would be kind of cool, but this is just non-essential fluff. This may not narrow things down much, but even so, your personal experience/preferences are appreciated. Jazz aficionados: educate me! Thanks in advance.