#1
blacktop jazz bass is what im tradeing and i have to current offers.

http://imgur.com/Fw4va

'83 Warmoth J body,dense,tight grained maple
'85 AllParts P neck,maple/rosewood,1 5/8"nut,thinner profile,various tiny dings on backside treble edge of headstock
mid '70s Fender tuners,light tarnish,work as they should
Kent Armstrong handwound p'ups,hot and dead silent
Ken Smith IV high mass bridge,top-loading,heavier than a badass
3ply Red Tort guard,siliconed on because I didn't want to put holes in the body,as it has never had a pickguard
The plate/pots/knobs came with the bass,I was told they came from the 70's Fen. jazz that donated the tuners,don't know,but they work perfectly well


Option 2

http://www.talkbass.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=224759&d=1314151350

Has an almost new ($300) AllParts black ebony fretless neck installed

Leo Quan BadAss II bridge

Has upgraded EMG Jazz Bass passive pickups that sound great.


which is better value or trade?
Last edited by th30nlyAket at Sep 11, 2011,
#2
2nd one. first one looks like a hack job haha 2nd one has a sick looking neck and a clean look. plus, two j emg's? holler.
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#3
depends on whether you want a fretless bass or a fretted one?

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Fender Geddy Lee Jazz
Warwick Corvette $$
Rockbass Streamer Fretless
Hartke HA5000
SWR Triad

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#4
im sure if that was the deciding factor he wouldnt need the thread...
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#6
Quote by bassman10101
2nd one. first one looks like a hack job haha 2nd one has a sick looking neck and a clean look. plus, two j emg's? holler.

Yes passive emgs and a badass bridge and up close pics of the fretboard show minumal wear id say 9 out of 10
#7
I too concur with everyone here. Second option.
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