Truman Capote, New Orleans, 1947
Henri Cartier Bresson
1962 Fender Jazz Bass Black With Matching Headstock
We’re usually against falling in love with inanimate objects, but we’ll make an exception for this amazing vintage Fender Jazz Bass! It’s pre L-Series with a slab Brazilian rosewood board, clay markers AND(!)… it’s one of the very first Fender’s with a matching headstock with a neck stamp of May62 (matching headstocks made their debut that very month)! This sweet bass really shows off everything great about the Jazz Bass with a great neck, killer pickups, and a very comfy lightweight body. It’s also has a solid painted neck pocket so it’s just before they switched to the “paint stick” which in typical Fender fashion was just a pipe with one end flattened. We love the practicality of that man! The vibe of this one is off the charts… you can’t beat a black paint job and the matching headstock helps make this one of the coolest instruments ever to pass through our shop.
This bass is currently available for purchase at Rock N Roll Vintage in Chicago. We ship world-wide. Please contact our store directly at 773-878-8616, rocknrollvintage.com or email at email@example.com for more info.
I saw this posted on tumblr and was gonna reblog it…but all the ppl who posted it were kind of mommy blogs…don’t think they’d like to be linked to a porn blog :o) Anyway…
So how does it work exactly??? Well for 52 weeks you save the same amount of money for which week you are on. For instance week one you save $1, week two you save $2, and so on. By the end of your 52 weeks you will have saved $1,378.00. It may not seem like a whole lot, but it is when you are not taking that much each week from your paycheck and just putting it in a jar and allowing it to add up.
Far cry from what I usually post…but I just thought this was a good idea.
well well well maybe i will be able to go to River Falls after all
Great way to save your money if you don’t know how to!
I’m determined to do this in addition to my other savings.
2014 let’s do this.
have u ever had a depersonalization moment when you look at yourself in the mirror and think wow this person is me and i have this body and this life and everything feels so strange why am i me and not someone else
These thoughts creeped me out as a kid. But also kept me rather entertained.
Same here….Still kind of creeps me out.
Anne-Marie: Charlie, will I ever see you again?
Charlie: Sure you will, kid. You know goodbyes aren’t forever.
Anne-Marie: Then goodbye, Charlie. I love you.