This bass sounds very good and plays fantastic with a new set of flatwound strings for the vintage tone and low string noise.
A new one will set you back 9 without a case or gigbag.
It's shown without back cover but remind me and I can install one prior to shipping.
Includes trem arm, springs, and original "Plus" case with deluxe latches and gray interior. 2008 G&L Tribute JB-2 Bass, (front If youre a fan of the classic Fender Jazz bass tone, heres a very good quality G&L Tribute for a nice price.
This one comes with a new Stew-Mac truss rod adjustment tool (shown here) since someone used a wrong size allen key at some point, but the Stew-Mac tool is beveled and made for this very purpose.
2012 Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose G6119-1962HT, (front), (tinted binding), (headstock), (back), (case).Just click on any underlined text and it should open a picture; if you move your cursor over the pic and there's a magnifying glass displayed instead of your cursor, click the pic and it will expand it to larger size. Big brother to the popular Phase 90, the Phase 100 offers tone shaping the 90 doesn't have with a 4-position rotary knob to change the wave shape plus an intensity control to vary the speed.When you dial it in correctly you can get a good EVH tone, plus many other classic rock sounds.Old MXR's are made so much better than recent models where everybody has gone to circuit board-mounted pots and jacks.That's why today's pedals are almost disposable and vintage pedals seem to work forever.The Strat Plus made its debut in 1987 and had a very successful 13-year run, ending in '99, which was the last year of the American Standard series.When released in '87, the Plus was essentially a deluxe model American Standard, with upgraded pickups and hardware.Its called the JB-2 in reference to the Jazz Bass its based upon.The similarities are certainly there: dual single coil Alnico pickups, same alder body with offset waist, 22-fret maple neck with nickel jumbo frets and good quality vintage open-back tuners.The Strat Plus made its debut in 1987 and had a very successful 13-year run, ending in '99, which was the last year of the American Standard, replaced by the American Series, with the "American Deluxe" replacing the Strat Plus as Fender's premium production model.When released in '87 the Plus was essentially a deluxe model American Standard, with upgraded pickups and hardware.