109 :: 1962 Fender Jazz bass guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 7xxx9, neck date stamped November '62, three-tone sunburst refinish, nicely worn to the back of the neck, wear to frets, electrics in working order,Fender black Tolex case, condition: good *Sold with CITES article 10 certificate no. 549472/05. This lot is subject to CITES regulations if exporting outside of the EU *Provenance: the vendor acquired this guitar from the youth leader at Clifton Church in Bristol in March 1993. It was used as the bass for all the musical activities at the Church club. At the time, it was missing the chrome tailpiece, chrome bridge cover and ebonite finger rest. These have all been replaced with original early Fender hardware sourced from Kevin Rhys Jones. The guitar was taken to Gordon Wells of Knight Guitars in 2007 where it was refinished in three-tone sunburst

Lot Number 109. 1962 Fender Jazz bass guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 7xxx9, neck date stamped November '62, three-tone sunburst refinish, nicely worn to the back of the neck, wear to frets, electrics in working order,Fender black Tolex case, condition: good *Sold with CITES article 10 certificate no. 549472/05.  This lot is subject to CITES regulations if exporting outside of the EU *Provenance: the vendor acquired this guitar from the youth leader at Clifton Church in Bristol in March 1993.  It was used as the bass for all the musical activities at the Church club.  At the time, it was missing the chrome tailpiece, chrome bridge cover and ebonite finger rest. These have all been replaced with original early Fender hardware sourced from Kevin Rhys Jones.  The guitar was taken to Gordon Wells of Knight Guitars in 2007 where it was refinished in three-tone sunburst. Auctioned at The Guitar Auction on 8th December 2016
 
1962 Fender Jazz bass guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 7xxx9, neck date stamped November '62, three-tone sunburst refinish, nicely worn to the back of the neck, wear to frets, electrics in working order,Fender black Tolex case, condition: good *Sold with CITES article 10 certificate no. 549472/05. This lot is subject to CITES regulations if exporting outside of the EU *Provenance: the vendor acquired this guitar from the youth leader at Clifton Church in Bristol in March 1993. It was used as the bass for all the musical activities at the Church club. At the time, it was missing the chrome tailpiece, chrome bridge cover and ebonite finger rest. These have all been replaced with original early Fender hardware sourced from Kevin Rhys Jones. The guitar was taken to Gordon Wells of Knight Guitars in 2007 where it was refinished in three-tone sunburst

Estimate: £2000-4000

Sold For: £3000.00

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