The JB-63 is Bill Nash’s take on the iconic early 1960s jazz bass. This version has a turquoise finish with matching headstock and a three-ply celluloid pickguard. It has the slab rosewood fretboard with a 10" radius and Lollar pickups. It has a thinner neck than the standard P bass, and an offset body, which make it comfortable to sit with. The dual pickup design has added midrange and treble frequencies which give them more punch and clarity than their P bass counterparts. Includes a hardshell case.