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1989 Fender American Standard Jazz Bass Longhorn Model

Very Good condition, 7,5/10, Made in the USA,
including original plastic square hardcase, sold
brand new at Boogie Musik in Vaxjo, a larger paint
chip missing from the lower edge, some fret wear,
this version of the Jazz bass gives full access to
all the 22 frets, more info: American Standard
Jazz Basses produced between 1989 and 1994 1/2
featured a larger body shape, a curved neck
plate set into a chamfered pocket for greater
sustain and a 22-fret neck, similar to that of a
Precision Bass Plus, with a standard vintage-style
top-load bridge, two separate volumes and a master
TBX tone circuit. Usually known as Boner Jazz
Basses, these early American Standard models
(designed by George Blanda, who was Fender s
senior R&D engineer during that period) were
discontinued in 1994 and shouldn t be confused
with the Fender Jazz Bass Plus, which has the same
22-fret neck design, but utilizes a different
(downsized) body styling, Lace Sensor pickups,
Schaller Elite fine-tuner bridge on the 4-string
model or Gotoh high-mass bridge on the 5-string
model, and Phil Kubicki-designed active
electronics. Unlike the Fender Precision Bass
Plus, which had a maple-neck option, the Boner
Jazz Bass was offered only with a rosewood
fingerboard. The Jazz Plus Bass was available with
an alder body and the option of a natural-finish
ash body on the 4-string model for a $100
upcharge, either a maple or rosewood fretboard on
the 4-string and pau ferro (an exotic hardwood
whose tone is brighter than rosewood yet warmer
than ebony) on the 5-string. The Jazz Plus debuted
in 1989 (the 5-string model was released in 1990),
discontinued in 1994 and replaced by the USA
Deluxe Series Jazz Bass the following year.

Price: SEK 19500

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