#3
it's not a standard jazz bass, but definitely a jazz bass. i want to say highway one, but i don't think that's right.
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#4
I'm willing to bet my left nut that it's not a Fender. I can't think of any non-pearloid block-inlay Jazzes with binding and flat tops with 4 control knobs.
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#6
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I'm willing to bet my left nut that it's not a Fender. I can't think of any non-pearloid block-inlay Jazzes with binding and flat tops with 4 control knobs.


Active Jazzes have a 4th knob
#7
Quote by thefitz
I'm willing to bet my left nut that it's not a Fender. I can't think of any non-pearloid block-inlay Jazzes with binding and flat tops with 4 control knobs.

He's in Korea, so I'd bet my right nut it's a knock-off.
#8
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He's in Korea, so I'd bet my right nut it's a knock-off.



haha!!!

yeah, this bass is probably some brand you'll never hear of.
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