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Fender '64 Jazz Bass Closet Classic 3-Tone Sunburst
Built to the exacting specifications of its vintage, including body contours and radii, neck shape, fingerboard radius, pickups, electronics, and hardware. Original materials, tooling, and production techniques were employed wherever possible. This Closet Classic is designed to replicate a bass that was bought new in 1964, played perhaps a dozen times a year, and then carefully put away. It has a few small "dings," lightly checked finish, oxidized hardware, and aged plastic parts. Classic alder body and maple neck wood combination with round laminate rosewood fretboard, 20 vintage-style frets, 34" scale, and 1.5" nut width. Chrome hardware including pickup guard, control plate, and "ashtray" bridge cover. Custom '60s Jazz Bass pickups crank out the gorgeous tone that made this model a classic. Comes in a brown textured vinyl-covered hard case with strap and cable.
Fender '64 Jazz Bass Closet Classic Olympic White
Fender 64 Jazz Bass NOS 3-Tone Sunburst
This '64 Jazz Bass NOS (new old stock) takes you through a time warp. It is exactly the same instrument as manufactured in '64 with an alder body, maple neck, round laminate rosewoood fingerboard, chrome hardware, vintage reverse tuning machines, and a 4-ply tortoiseshell pickguard. Includes deluxe brown textured-vinyl hardshell case, strap, and cable.
Fender 64 Jazz Bass NOS Olympic White
Fender 64 Jazz Bass Relic Olympic White
Some instruments are sought after because a famous musician played them. Others achieve notoriety based on their own inimitable qualities - the subtle combination of tone, feel, and looks that grabs hold of a player and won't let go. The '64 Jazz Bass is famous for both reasons. It's been seen on every size of stage in the hands of half the world's most famous bassists. Now you don't have to invest years searching for - and a fortune buying - this hoary hero. Fender's Custom Shop has created a bass that looks precisely like the one you'd find in the back of a hock shop in the bad part of Montgomery. It's got the same alder body, round rosewood fingerboard, maple neck, brown shell pickguard, and straight pickups as the original, plus all the road rash, sweat rust, and elbow wear it would've picked up if it had been being played hard all these years. The silky-feeling new frets and fretboard are the only way you'll be able to tell it from the real thing.
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