FENDER vintage 1963 1964 Jazz Bass Precision Case orginial
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Fender Urge II Stu Hamm Signature Bass - Made in the USA. Excellent condition with black finish. Original Fender tweed case included.
For more information on this model, please see the Fender website.
I only ship to addresses within the United States and Canada. Shipping is a flat rate of $60 for shipping within the USA except for Hawaii and Alaska. Shipping to Hawaii, Alaska and Canada may require additional shipping charges. The instrument will be shipped by UPS Ground (fully insured). Due to my travel schedule, I will be shipping out sold items on Fridays only. I must receive payment and Paypal shipping clearance by 8:00am (central time) on a Friday in order to include the item in that day's shipments.
Payment is required within 7 days of the auction close. Payment is only accepted in the form of a Paypal payment. If payment is made through Paypal, I will only ship to the address listed on the Paypal Transaction Details page. If you are unfamiliar with the transaction details page, please see the Paypal website for more information.
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This is a fixed price listing. I am not taking lower offers.
I am not a retail seller on new instruments. All instruments I list are previously owned. Instrument condition assessment is purely subjective, based on my personal opinion. I do not guarantee that your assessment will always match my own. However, in order to help address questions, I will summarize my standards:
Mint - In my opinion, a mint condition instrument is in as good or better condition than an instrument that could be acquired as new hanging in a retail music store. May have some playing time, but minimal.
Near-Mint - An instrument that I classify as near mint will have more playing time than a mint instrument, but will generally be cosmetically very clean. This instrument could also be comparable to a "new" instrument at a retail music store, but one that has been hanging longer, and has been played more. There may be slight fretwear (or string marks in the case of fretless instruments), pickguard scratches, etc.
Excellent - An instrument that I classify as excellent will generally have more playing time, but not significant fretwear (or significant grooving in the case of fretless instruments). There may be slight scuffs or scratches, etc., but nothing that I would deem significant.
Good - An instrument that I classify as good will have significant playing time / wear, may have some cosmetic dings, and/or significant scratches. However, a "good" instrument will not have issues that affect playability or sound.
Placing an instrument within these categories is not always easy or exact. Again, it is a purely subjective process, based on my personal opinion. I hope this helps address issues regarding instrument condition.
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