Making its debut in 1960, the Fender Jazz Bass was introduced as a higher-end alternative to the Precision Bass with closer string spacing, a thinner neck profile at the nut, and two punchy single-coil pickups. The new Jazz Bass also employed an offset waist to give it a sleeker look, as well as being more comfortable to play when seated (something all the "serious" players at the time tended to do).
This '65 model has been refinished to Olympic White, and proudly boasts all the features of the mid-60s Jazz basses including unbound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard on a "C" profile maple neck, clay dot inlays, solid alder body with two Fender single coil pickups, and separate neck/bridge volume controls and master tone control.
This 50+ year old bass features honest wear and tear including:
Overall this bass is in good cosmetic condition, and good playing condition.