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After many years of experimentation a few things have become crystal clear. Leo Fender was quite simply a genius. Both as a  designer and visionary no one has ever created a better bass guitar. Sonically and ergonomicly he just nailed it !!!   



1966 Fender jazz bass black with matching headstock flatwounds

1965 Fender Precision candy apple red roundwounds

1966 Fender Mustang Daphne blue flat wounds 

1969 Fender Mustang Burgundy Competition flat wounds 

1963 Fender Pbass  hippy wood with Flatwounds 

1997 Fender custom shop pj black with matching headstock rounds and custom artwork by Jona Cerwinske 

1966 Fender custom shop black jazz bass with matching headstock round wounds 

Fender Bass vi 

Musicman BFR Old Smoothie x 2

Musicman fretless black   

1971 Rickenbacker 4001 sunburst flats and rounds 

1968 Hagstrom 8 string 

Hofner club bass custom black finish 

Guild B50 acoustic bass 

1966 Kay Upright



Ashdown CTM 300  610 stacks x 2 

Ashdown abm 500 210 combo

Ampeg SVT VR 810 stack

1965 Ampeg b15

1973 Bassman 10

Marshall plexi with 4/12





Jack Daley endorses and uses Fender and Hofner basses, Ashdown amplifiers, Celestion Speakers, Dunlop pedals and strings  

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