#1
Hello all,

Question one of two, There is a used bass for sale locally it is a 1998 Fender MIM Jazz Bass left handed, Would 225 Canadian be a good price for this. Its listed as 300 but its also OBO

Question two of two, I did use the search bar on this... so don't bring it up I never got the real answer. Im right handed and would all I have to do to make this lefty a righty is buy a new nut, adjust the truss rod and do a set up (possible buy a bad ass 2 bridge for it ass well) and switch the strap nub to the other horn.
I am aware of the volume and tone nobs and it possible being awkward to play being a righty. will it really be that awkward.

Thanks for your time.

LINK

http://kitchener.kijiji.ca/c-buy-and-sell-musical-instruments-Left-Handed-Fender-Jazz-Bass-W0QQAdIdZ59434458
#3
it will be awkward if that's the only bass you play on and you try to play another bass.
personally i'd just do as smb said and buy a righty off eBay or something.
#4
say 225 theyll most likely say 250, any under than 225 im guessing its a no. i want a lefty bass =( good luck
#5
Ebay isn't an option for me and thats the cheapest descent used bass in my area.
#7
lol, do not even consider trying this. Not part of this sounds like a good plan.

and yes... it will be THAT awkward.
#9
The knobs won't be awkward, really, but it'll look weird and what's normally the top horn would really be in your way on the upper frets. Were this a flying V bass, you'd be fine...but a Jazz, notsomuch.
Nope, no sig here.
#10
I don't wanna sound like a dream-ruiner. BUT I'd say get a right handed one.


Check out the japanese models.
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#11
Quote by flyingmarlin
Check out the japanese models.
Great advice, but he's looking for a bass