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Weight: 9 lbs 7 oz
Neck depth 1st fret: .80"
Neck depth 12th fret: 1"
The early 1962 Jazz Bass is perhaps one the most sought-after vintage versions of the instrument, with the rare combination of four stacked concentric control knobs and a flat-lam rosewood fingerboard. A two-piece select alder body wears a nicely worn Relic finish, and the quartersawn maple neck has a ’60s-style “J Bass U” profile, 9.5” fingerboard radius and 20 medium jumbo (6150) frets.
Custom Shop hand-wound Vintage Jazz Bass pickups deliver perfect low end, and a period-correct four-ply brown shell nitrocellulose pickguard lends vintage charm. Other features include a four-saddle vintage-style bridge, vintage-style tuning machines and a bone nut. Also includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and certificate of authenticity.
Body: 2-Piece Alder
Body Finish: Journeyman Relic Nitro Lacquer
Control Knobs: Relic Nickel
Fingerboard: AAA Rosewood (Round Lam)
Hardware Finish: Relic Nickel
Neck Finish: Aged Nitro Lacquer
Position Inlays: Vintage Clay Dots
Neck Material: Quartersawn Maple
Neck Shape: 60 J-Bass "U" (.790"-.990")
Scale Length: 34"
Fingerboard Radius: 7.25"
Number of Frets: 21
Fret Size: Medium Jumbo 6150
String Nut: Bone
Nut Width: 1.750
Truss Rod: Vintage Style
Neck Pickup: Hand-wound Vintage J-Bass
Bridge Pickup: Hand-wound Vintage J-Bass
Pickup Configuration: S
Bridge: 59 P-Bass Relic
Tuning Machines: Vintage Style