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Fender Hardshell Case for Left-Handed Jazz Bass   

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The Fender Standard Hardshell Case for Left-Handed Jazz Bass features plywood construction and is covered in textured vinyl and lined with poodle acr...Read More

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The Fender Standard Hardshell Case for Left-Handed Jazz Bass features plywood construction and is covered in textured vinyl and lined with poodle acrylic.


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FenderHardshell Case for Left-Handed Jazz Bass
 
2.0

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left-handed curse

By lib

from lucasville Ohio

About Me Professional Musician

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  • Functional

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    Best Uses

    • Practicing

    Comments about Fender Hardshell Case for Left-Handed Jazz Bass:

    why is it the left-handed case doesn't have the chrome fender logo on it you pay forty more for less and had to send back 2 times before getting a case that would even fit fell like being left-handed is curse

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    2.0

    True left handed Cases

    By Mr. Nick

    from Phx, AZ.

    Comments about Fender Hardshell Case for Left-Handed Jazz Bass:

    A true left handed case has the gear storage compartment on the right side of the case along with the neck saddle.A left handed person will pick up the case with his left hand to carry it. As it is picked up with the left hand, the bass body should be on theleft side of the case, with the neck towards the right. Speaking of right, "could we get it right?

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