'63 Nash P-bass
I had Bill make this for me in the past year... I actually had to pleasure of hanging out with him one night when we went through his shop and went over what I wanted... pretty cool.
I actually had one of these when I was playing back in the '60's... this is a replica... even down to the flat wounds (we didn't use "rounds" back then).
My focus has been shifting to my DB so I''m going from 5 slabs to "2"... as it stands this is my #3... time to say good-bye.
It has a very classic p-bass vibe, the neck, weight and feel of it is dead-on for what you'd expect. If you know what a classic "P" sounds like you already know where this bass is at... if you don't... (and you may not if you've never played one) it'll be hard to describe. We used to do anything from the "Four Tops" to the "Animals"... this
I laid-out $1700 for it, I know I'll be taking a loss (and I had to wait several months for it to be made to boot !)... $1100 + shipping will do it.
iT HAS A VERY CLASSIC P-BASS VIBE, THE CASE WITH IT IS A NEWER DESIGN FROM nASH
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays To All.
Art Fahie, Maine
Bump for musical perfection
Classic p bass . Perfect.
if that had a maple neck... what a nice bass.
Can you post more pics?
Hi, great bass. What is the width at the nut? Weight?
Someone else already asked but what's the width at the nut and the weight?
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