#1
Any idea where I can find one pretty cheap? I want one to see how I like it and the cheapest I've found thusfar is a Schecter that goes around $700, which is more than I'm willing to spend. Anybody got suggestions?

Thanks.
#2
I don't know of any, but if you're willing to take the time you could just defret a regular left-handed bass.
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#4
search websites. google left handed fretless. look!
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#5
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search websites. google left handed fretless. look!


I've done this very thing quite a few times with results that sold for more than $700 which is why I asked for help in finding cheaper ones.
#6
get a cheap leftie and some poly then. do it yourself.

we know how, walk you through it.
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#7
fender standard jazz.

lefty fretless of course.

i just got the opposite ( right, fretted) and its awesome
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#8
Dude, first of all, bumping is a no-no. Second of all, there are plenty, if not hundreds of super-cheap-ass sweat-shop lefty fretless basses on eBay. Hell, probably 8-string lefty fretlesses.
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#9
Ok, I think I'll be buying a Fender Jazz, could somebody point me to a set of instructions for defretting. Also, would it be easier to just buy a neck from Warmoth? Or, if easier, more cost effective?

Thanks.
#10
If there are really so many options out there for buying fretless and left handed, I wish somebody would point me in the right direction. I've searched ebay countless times, with only the Michael Kelly acoustic/electric on it.
#11
Warmoth sounds like the better choice. At least that way, you don't run the risk of ****ing something up.