Fender Jazz Bass 1973 Vintage Blonde All Original Bass Guitar
It is the most valuable and the oldest guitar in my collection. 100% original (apart from the replaced frets, since the old ones were no longer usable). It has a rare transparent white color that got yellowish with the time. It has a one-piece ash body! I’ve looked at it thoroughly and couldn’t find any gluings. It has the real vintage sound, as for me.
When playing it, everything shakes due to enormous resonance. Electronics works deliciously and elegantly. This bass guitar has a rather thick and delicious tone, wonderful low mids and thick lows. Notwithstanding a rather bright combination of ash and maple, bass is very intelligent and obliging. It works perfectly in the mix as well as in solo.
It is a rare vintage exemplar. What is important, the bass has been used constantly and got into many concerts throughout CIS and “near abroad” countries, it has been played by a great musician. I also played it 3 years ago. This is not just the exhibit that should be hung on the wall and not touched, but it is a working exemplar that hasn’t lost its originality after some time and has THE sound and gives joy until now!
Now I have 3 vintage jazz basses of 1970s, 3 are very different in terms of tone, but all are in 100% working condition; you can perform with it as well as record. This instrument is the most valuable of all (and it has a rather rare color combination – black inlays and creamy body) and probably the most vintage in terms of the sound, what I like. Others have their own peculiarities, that’s why I sell all 3 and leave only 1 J
|Fender Jazz Bass 1973 All Original||Vintage Blonde|
|Country Of Origin:||USA|
|Fretboard:||Maple, Black block inlays|
|Pickups:||Original 1973 Single Coils|
|Electronics:||Original VVT Passive|
|Controls:||Volume, Volume, Tone|
|Comes with:||Original HSC from 70-s