We can touch all of these up but rather than jack up the price a few hundred Im going to opt to put this out at players price. Fender Flea Signature Roadworn 61 Jazz Bass Shell Pink, (front stacked pots), (back), (headstock), (wear), (gigbag).
The good news is that it looks very presentable and the frets are factory original and nearly perfect. For tone, playability, comfort, and looks, this model beats a Les Paul Standard with weight relief and most purists will gravitate to this one every time, especially considering this one's 8 lbs 3 oz without weight relief. Perhaps the best rock bassist of his generation, Flea from the Chili Peppers has authorized this signature model based on his own '61 Fender Jazz Bass down to the faded Shell Pink finish, of which his is thought to be the only original '61 Shell Pink in existence.
Pickups are especially important on a Jazz since they jump out of the mix more than a P-bass and Fender chose an excellent set for this model with a pair of Pure Vintage '64 Jazz Bass single-coils. 2009 Rickenbacker 330 Mapleglo, (front), (headstock), (back), (case).
A pair of stacked concentric pots control Volume 1, Tone 1, Volume 2 and Tone 2. True classic from Rick in lovely Mapleglo, the finish that lets shows all the grain in the maple.
In live mode, the 1/4" outputs are intended to feed a guitar amp, and there is no speaker simulation added to the patches. In studio mode, the analog and digital outputs feature speaker simulation. Just $225 and includes original box, manual, and CD.