• 1973 Fender Jazz Bass "Black"
    Just in, This phenomenal playing 1973 Jazz bass in original "Black" finish comes from a local touring musician and has spent countless hours on stages around the world. It features a great playing maple neck with block inlays similar to the model preferred by Geddy Lee of Rush. Unlike many Fender basses of this era this instrument is not overly heavy. Aside from two replaced pots this is an all original example of an early 70's J-bass ready for the rigors of the road! VG w/OHSC $4,995. 
  • 1968 Kustom K200 Bass w/ matching 200 amp and...
    One of the cleanest examples we've seen of this rare Kustom bass model K200! With a semi-hollow maple body, vibrant "Red" finish, a pair of Dearmond pickups, and a great feeling short-scale neck, these are phenomenal sounding basses that don't show up for sale often, especially in this color. This instrument was purchased from a collection, and includes a matching "Red Sparkle" Kustom 200 amp with 3x15" speaker cabinet! A powerful combination, this rig is in near-mint condition. These basses were only made between 1967-1969, and this is one of only a few we've seen in this finish. This set is perfect for anyone looking for a backline guaranteed to be noticed on stage or a collector-grade matching set of Kustoms! EXC w/HSC $3,200. 
  • 1967 Gibson EB-2D Bass "Sunburst"
    Known for their great playing necks and tonal versatility, the EB-2 was the of choice for countless bass players in the 60s, and seemed to find favor with English rock bands like the Yardbirds! This "D" model features two pickups, as well as the "baritone" switch for an even heavier bottom "Growl" ensuring this instrument covers a lot of ground. This instrument also includes the original chrome bridge cover and Gibson hardshell case. These are becoming harder to find in original condition with no breaks, making this an excellent option for anyone looking for the distinct tone of a Gibson bass! EXC w/OHSC $3,200.
  • 1961 Fender Jazz Bass "Olympic White" w/matching headstock
    A killer "Stack Knob" Jazz bass, this phenomenal example was professionally refinished years ago and sports a custom color "Olympic White" finish with a matching headstock! This bass also features a beautiful "tortoiseshell" pickguard, rosewood fingerboard with clay dot inlays, and the original Fender brown hardshell case. early 60's Jazz basses are some of the most versatile basses available, and custom color finishes hardly come up for sale, making this the perfect choice for any player looking for a great bass at a friendlier price. VG w/OHSC $19,500. 
  • 1961 Fender Jazz Bass "Sonic Blue"
    Just out of a private collection, this rare "Stack Knob" Jazz bass was expertly refinished in a Custom Color "Sonic Blue" finish. The great playing neck features a dark Rosewood board with clay dot inlays, while the lightweight body is incredibly resonant. This era Jazz bass has become a favorite of many players and continue to increase in value, making this example perfect for anyone looking for the incredible tone these are known for at a fraction of the price! This bass also features a mint green guard, matching headstock, and the original brown Fender hardshell case. VG w/OHSC $19,500. 
  • 1966 Fender Jazz Bass "Fiesta Red w/ matching headstock"
      This extremely rare, transition-era Custom Color Jazz bass in "Fiesta Red" came to us from the original owner in Italy! This is one of the cleanest examples we've seen of "Fiesta Red" with a matching headstock; the original brilliant finish is strong and unfaded. These instruments are becoming hard to find, especially in this extremely clean condition. This bass includes the original Fender case, made by Polverini Brothers for imported Fender instruments, as well the original chrome covers. If you're looking for a clean example of a "Fiesta Red" Jazz bass, this one is in collector grade condition! EXC w/OHSC $24,500
  • Fender Custom Shop '64 Jazz Bass "Olympic White over...
    This incredible playing '64 reissue Jazz bass comes out of the personal collection of Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson. Used primarily in the studio this instrument is in excellent condition with all the original case candy, as well as a Fender hardshell case. It features the perfect '64 style neck, rosewood board with clay dot inlays, and a unique aged "Olympic White" over black finish. With the distinctive growl that only a Jazz bass can deliver, this is a phenomenal sounding bass with a great pedigree! EXC w/OHC $4,500
  • 1997 Fender Jazz bass "Sunburst"
    One of the most iconic electric basses, the Jazz bass has found its way into the hands of countless rock legends. This 1997 example is a perfect workhorse for any bass player. Fully original and in great shape, this Made-in-Mexico instrument is ready for whatever you can throw at it. EXC w/HSC $750.
  • 1966 Ampeg ASB-1 Devil Bass "Fireburst"
    One of the coolest Electric bass designs, this first-year "Devil Bass" by Ampeg is an extremely rare and collectible instrument! Purchased from the original owner who's name appears sewn in the case, this example was barely played! With it's unique semi-hollow maple body design, distinctive "Fireburst" finish, and upright bass style "Scroll" headstock, very few of these were made sporadially between 1966 and '67. A bass unlike any other, this would be perfect for any collection or a player looking to stand out! Call for Details w/OHSC $7,995
  • 1967 Vox Teardrop Bass "Black"
    This is an incredibly cool 60's Vox bass! Acquired from one of the largest collections of Vox instruments, this bass saw use with an Italian band in the 60's and was customized with the bass players name "Giorgio" on the fingerboard. The rare "black" finish, bound "F hole", and vertical "Vox" logo make this a truly unique instrument! Perfect for anyone looking for a unique bass with a ton of character! EXC w/bag $3,500
  • 1994 Fender Foto-flame Jazz Bass
    This is out of the very limited run that Fender did in 1994. This Bass is truly a Fantastic playing and sounding example of of a Made In Japan Jazzbass. Features a Great playing perfect profile maple neck with a "Foto-flame" finish and the famous "Hamburgler" character, Rosewood fret-board, both pickup covers, tortoise shellish pickguard and the typical jazzbass 3-knob setup. A fantastic players Jazzbass! EXC w/HSC $1295
  • 1960 500/5 Presidential Bass "Brunette"
    A gorgeous example of the bass most often associated with Stuart Stutcliffe; the original bass player in the Beatles! The pair of "Diamond Logo" hofner pickups deliver the distinctive sound for which Hofner basses are known, while the single cutaway, 17" body and short scale neck make this a very resonant instrument both acoustically and plugged in. A fantastic example of this rare bass! EXC $4,200.
  • 2002 MTD 534-24 5 String Fretless "Zebra Top"
    This Michael Tobias made fretless bass features a beautiful "Zebra Wood" top, mahogany body, maple neck and a rosewood fingerboard. It is built with the Buzz Feiten tuning system for improved intonation when forming chords and playing in larger bands. It also features Bartolini active electronics and a double acting truss rod. A fantastic bass for stage or studio. EXC w/OHSC $3,500.
  • 1966 Fender Jazz Bass "Sunburst"
    Another fine example from the Jazz Bass collection, this transition-era '66 features pearl dot inlays on a bound rosewood fingerboard, beautiful 3-tone sunburst finish, and the original hardshell case. A great player with the perfect Jazz bass sound. EXC w/OHSC $10,000.