Oh, Happy Day!

I’ve been waiting for this for a very, very long time and it’s finally here! Left handed Fender “Players” Jazz Bass!


I had a Jazz bass copy a decade or so back, but it was right handed and in a really ugly finish, so in one of those times in life where I needed a little extra to make rent I sold it off cheap on Craigslist.

I’ve wanted a lefty bass forever, and finally bought one a month ago, but when it showed up, it was a lefty body and neck, but strung as a right handed bass. D’oh!

After learning it would cost me more to have it setup back to a lefty by a luthier than a new one would have cost me in the first place, I returned it.

As luck would have it, shortly after I returned the bunk bass, I found this one listed as a demo model, and it only cost me $30 more than the used (and useless!) bass I returned! When it showed up, it was in the factory box, with all the paperwork and it still had all the protective plastic wrap stuff on the tuners and pickups, etc. So yeah, basically a BRAND NEW bass for the price of a used one!

This was the “last piece of the puzzle” I needed for launching my self-produced music in my little home studio, so now it’s time to hole up in there and let the creative juices start flowing!

Feelin’ like a kid on Christmas morning right now!

Thanks for reading!

3 thoughts on “Oh, Happy Day!”

    1. I saw that film when it came out, very good as I recall. Movies about musicians being portrayed by actors that cannot play drive me nuts, but that was pretty authentic. It’s been a few years, so that may be through the rose-colored rear view mirror, but I have a positive rememberence!


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