|Serial Number||L89392, built 1965 in Fullerton, California. The neck is dated 5 Aug 1965.|
|Pricing||$8500 CAD with original case.,|
|Neck||Maple neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard, original decals in good condition. The original nut has been replaced (and is included).|
|Frets||Original frets with minor wear.|
|Body||Alder body with a few dings and play wear.|
|Finish||Red sunburst finish with some belt-buckle wear on the back.|
|Hardware/electronics||Original electronics with individual volume controls and master tone control. Finger rest, layered faux tortoise-shell pickguard, original tuners with little wear or corrosion,.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well, and as with any Fender design, can be adjusted to meet the requirements of any player.|
|Case||Original case in 8/10 condition.|
|Comments||Here’s a great condition L-series 1965 Fender Jazz Bass. The Jazz Bass has been in continuous production, with some variations, since its introduction in 1960. This version has individual volume controls and one tone control, and was built just prior to the shift to block position markers and bound fingerboard. The decals are in very good condition – on many instruments of this era, they have dried and chipped. There is some belt-buckle wear on the back but is otherwise in quite good condition.This is an early CBS-era instrument, as the company ownership change was announced on Janary 5, 1965.Also included is an appraisal, dated 2007, from Grunh Guitars.|
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