#3
I can think of many basses that will trump your jazz (no insult intended).

that one is about 1400. a good buy! very cheap.

well, compared to the other Fender trumpers.
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#4
Mhm, im not that rich to jump right into the ricken wagon atm
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#5
With that pickup configuration, about 1300 - 1500 USD.

And I'm more of a Stingray fan but Sterlings are damn nice as well.
#6
aww. you know you want a Pedulla Rapture, a Rick, a Status Buzzard, and a Warwick Vampyre instead!
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#7
Forgot to ask, compared to the jazz neck, is the Sterl's just as slim or is it bigger?
The thing is, i have small hands and the jazz's suits me better.

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#8
If you're used to the Jazz, the Sterling is not that much of a stretch. If I remember right is slightly thicker than your typical Jazz. Body wise, the feel is similar in weight and balance.