original, perfect frets
|Country of Origin:||Japan|
Rare FENDER JAPAN JAZZ BASS JB75PJ OCR, made in Japan in 2004
Selected and imported from Japan with care.
Very good overall condition, impeccable varnish. (See photos for more details on use marks).
As always with these imported models, has wonderful craftsmanship.
Premium rosewood fingerboard, white mother-of-pearl type inlays. Neck screwed on with 3 CBS nails.
High-end model. N.B.: This model, which is rarely imported to France, is very versatile, 1 Jazz and Precision pickup. Suited for all styles. Comfortably played.
Huge sustain, precise and perfect slap, great groove. Very efficient electronic, very precise and imposing bass. Performs wonderfully when standing since it is pretty light for a jazz bass 75’ :-)
Give it a try
Serial number: S084553
Weight: 4.270 kg
Nut width: 38 mm
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|Member since:||March 23, 2017|
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Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 139.61|
|United Kingdom||$ 80.95|
|Rest of Europe||$ 69.22|
|Anywhere else||$ 139.61|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Sevran (Ile de France), France.
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