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1964 Fender Precision Bass Sunburst (consignment) NO LONGER AVAILABLE

1964 Fender Precision Bass Sunburst (consignment) NO LONGER AVAILABLE

By 1964, the Fender Precision Bass was the most used electric bass in the world, appearing on all kinds of stages and recordings and spawning endless numbers of copies.

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1963 Fender Precision Bass Sunburst (consignment) SOLD

1963 Fender Precision Bass Sunburst (consignment) SOLD

This example of the 1963 Fender Precision Bass in Sunburst is in great playing condition, and is largely original. There is lots of buckle wear on the back, and the neck finish is worn; the decals are in good condition and not flaked off.

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2012 Fender American Standard Jazz Bass (consignment) SOLD

2012 Fender American Standard Jazz Bass (consignment)  SOLD

This 2012 Fender American Standard Jazz Bass is in fantastic, near mint condition. It’s all original with Fender Custom Shop pickups and rosewood fingerboard with dot position markers, and the alder body sports a classic 3-tone sunburst and faux tortoise pickguard. The strings mount through the back onto the new High Mass Vintage bridge – this is just as adjustable as the original vintage bridge but with much more weight to add sustain and clarity.

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1978 Fender Jazz Bass (consignment) SOLD

1978 Fender Jazz Bass (consignment)  SOLD

Here is a very well preserved 1978 Fender Jazz Bass in a custom colour. Officially, this colour was designated ‘Walnut’, but many people call it ‘Mocha’ – which was never an official colour.

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1964 Fender Jaguar Sunburst (consignment) SOLD

1964 Fender Jaguar Sunburst  (consignment)  SOLD

Introduced in 1962 and built until 1975, the Fender Jaguar was intended to be the top of the line model aimed at Gibson players – the Jaguar features a 24 inch scale length, compared to Fender’s usual 25.5 inch scale and Gibson’s 24.75 inch.

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1963 Fender Bass VI (consignment) SOLD

1963 Fender Bass VI (consignment)  SOLD

Relatively rare, this 1963 Fender Bass VI is in good visual, working and playing condition. Introduced in 1961 and built till 1975, Leo Fender intended the Fender Bass VI to be both a bass and a baritone guitar. But it was never the roaring success that the Precision Bass, the Telecaster or the Stratocaster were, and only about 800 of the original design were made. However, some of those 800 appear in influential music of the time, including the Lovin’ Spooful albums, The Beatles White Album, Let It Be and Abbey Road.

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