FS: 1969 Jazz refin, Sadowsky pickup

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FS: 1969 Jazz refin, Sadowsky pickup

Post by handyz » 19 Apr 2016, 20:01

Refin Fender JazzBass 1969. s/n: 2272xx. Neck stamp : also 1969. Lake Placid Blue (originally : sunburst)
Upgraded and new setup by Matt Bulluss (SaltMine Repair ).
Upgrade are : new Fender pots and harness
new Sadowsky pickups(Vintage single coil), new string, new nut

PS: When the previous owner refinish LPB, they fill all the pickguard holes (for screws). The pickguard attached now using double sided sticky tape. So if you want to installed the pickguard properly, you need to drill some holes.

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older post:
Its time to quit GAS. I need to reduce some stuff. Possibly will keep only 2-3 Basses and 1 guitar :hmm

pls see : www.GrooveSydney.tk

all price negotiable, prefer local pickup at Kogarah Area.

on vintage Fender, please for serious only, coz a bit hassle for me to undo the neck/pickups if you are not serious.

thx to Mod. Jamiesdad for the advice..
cheers
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Post by NotTheFish » 19 Apr 2016, 21:04

A rather handy collection..

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Post by Classic5 » 19 Apr 2016, 22:30

Love the two Alembics :cool:
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Re: FS: Alembics, KenSmiths, 1960s JBs, Warwick, Ibanez, Status' etc

Post by slave » 19 Apr 2016, 23:05

Wow. That 69 strat looks like it's survived a flood!

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Post by Aussie Mark » 20 Apr 2016, 08:20

GLWTS - a nice herd there

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Re: FS: Alembics, KenSmiths, 1960s JBs, Warwick, Ibanez, Status' etc

Post by PBass » 20 Apr 2016, 10:42

NotTheFish wrote:A rather handy collection..
Lol.. Nice one

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Post by BassLine » 20 Apr 2016, 13:39

The '60 Jazz has interesting mutes - are they original? Or a mod?
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Re: FS: Alembics, KenSmiths, 1960s JBs, Warwick, Ibanez, Status' etc

Post by basshack » 20 Apr 2016, 16:02

BassLine wrote:The '60 Jazz has interesting mutes - are they original? Or a mod?
They had me interested too but they'd have to be a mod because the metal work is in such a good condition comparatively. Very interesting design with being able to slide up the string and be fixed in place.
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Re: FS: Alembics, KenSmiths, 1960s JBs, Warwick, Ibanez, Status' etc

Post by BassLine » 20 Apr 2016, 16:05

basshack wrote:
BassLine wrote:The '60 Jazz has interesting mutes - are they original? Or a mod?
They had me interested too but they'd have to be a mod because the metal work is in such a good condition comparatively. Very interesting design with being able to slide up the string and be fixed in place.
They look exactly like piano felt mutes - 'M' shaped to mute three treble strings at once. (Pardon the pun).
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Post by basshack » 20 Apr 2016, 16:09

Yes they could be.

The stacked knobs are not period are they? I've not seen them on an old Fender before. Vol/Vol/Tone is pretty much the norm. This would be Vol/Tone Vol/Tone I'm guessing. If it were original it'd be very unique.
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Re: FS: Alembics, KenSmiths, 1960s JBs, Warwick, Ibanez, Status' etc

Post by Aussie Mark » 20 Apr 2016, 16:45

basshack wrote:Yes they could be.

The stacked knobs are not period are they? I've not seen them on an old Fender before.
Google says stack knobs were on Jazzes between 1960-62

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Re: FS: Alembics, KenSmiths, 1960s JBs, Warwick, Ibanez, Status' etc

Post by basshack » 20 Apr 2016, 17:21

Aussie Mark wrote:
basshack wrote:Yes they could be.

The stacked knobs are not period are they? I've not seen them on an old Fender before.
Google says stack knobs were on Jazzes between 1960-62
I'll stand corrected then. Never seen them though but then I haven't been looking for anything older than 66.
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Andy, I SMSed you this morning but pls check your PM here as well :)
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Re: FS: Alembics, KenSmiths, 1960s JBs, Warwick, Ibanez, Status' etc

Post by jcburn » 20 Apr 2016, 17:41

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Re: FS: Alembics, KenSmiths, 1960s JBs, Warwick, Ibanez, Status' etc

Post by handyz » 20 Apr 2016, 21:59

Thx guys,
re. the mute system : when I got is long time ago, there is no mute system, just the 4 holes (they are orig. holes, not mods). Since i dont like to see the holes with nothing todo, so i buy orig fender mute system as they were in 1960. Still have the orig OEM packaging with the papers. Its very hard to get this things. took me years to get them years back then.

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