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Old 01-02-2013, 06:38 PM   #1
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Price for 2nd hand MIM Jazz (fretless)?

Hey guys, its been a while.

I'm in a bit of a bad way, money-wise, and plan to sell equipment that I don't use. However, being out of the loop with bass playing, I'm not sure how much would be reasonable to ask for my fretless Fender Jazz (UK Sterling).

I'm the only owner, and bought it new in about 2006/2007, however, it has a couple of dings and knocks on the paintwork, because of heavy gigging. It's in a fairly unusual colour too (Midnight Wine).

It would also come with an official Fender hard case, that cost an extra 139, and it comes from a smoke free home, and has been well looked after, despite the minimal battle scars, and a rough estimate would help me a lot.

I'm also planning on selling my Admira Virtuoso classical guitar too, but I have a rough idea of how much I want for that, plus a hard case.

Thanks in advance for your help guys,

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Old 01-02-2013, 08:25 PM   #2
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just checked ebay, found similar for 325. only difference is the colour and no hard case.
EDIT: hell, here is the link for reference

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