Fender '75 Jazz Bass, made in Japan 2010/11, vintage white. This is a truly terrific bass. The '75 style models with the bound board and block inlays have a strong and appealing aesthetic. It's most common to spy this model in a natural finish with a maple board; this is wearing the seldom-seen rosewood board and a non-catalog vintage white finish. It's really quite something to behold; it's the kind of bass that looks equally at home at a black tie gala as a sweaty punk show. Aside from looking great, this has a whole lot of personality to keep you interested. The USA ash body adds a certain tonal thickness through the midrange; this is bright, immediate, spanky and cuts through a mix with absolute confidence. The US pickups and rosewood board add a whisker of added low end and warmth; it's an absolutely perfect J-bass tone that'll easily match or surpass most USA made offerings. The slim neck features some slick grain and feels perfectly reassuring in the hands; it's a pleasure to move around on. This is a perfect example of just how good the high-end Fender Japan basses get: it'll deliver night after night with all the attitude and style you could possibly wish for.
Model: Fender Jazz Bass, '75 Reissue (JB75-90US)
Made: Japan, 2010/11, Tokai plant (serial U051556)
Finish: vintage white, 3-ply black guard
Body: light weight ash
Neck: maple with rosewood board, block inlays, modern-C shape
Weight: 4.3kg approx
Pickup: Fender USA Vintage JB singles
Case: basic gig bag
Cosmetic condition notes: minor finish wear. There's some light scuffs on the end of the headstock. Neck is pretty clean. The back has a few very light, barely noticeable buckle rah scratches. There's a couple of dimples near the input jack on the corner/side of the body. The front is pretty clean, just some very minor play scratches. Overall: excellent condition.(9/10).
Playing condition notes: Action is low, neck is straight, intonation is good, truss rod works. All electronics tested and working properly. Frets look almost new, they're in great order; 9/10 for life left. Set up with fresh 45/105s.