Hi, everyone. I am selling some basses to replenish my finances after purchasing my dream bass. I sold my Bongo and I am relisting this P-Bass in order to cut down on confusion in the threads. VITAL STATS:
2008-2009 Fender American Standard Precision in Charcoal Mist with Rosewood fretboard.
Currently has a black pearloid pickguard and flathead zinc pickguard screws, but the original white pickguard (with plastic and Made in USA decal still on) and original screws will be included.
Comes in Fender/SKB TSA-approved case with Fender case candy.
Asking $900 + 50% of shipping REDUCED PRICE: $800 + Any shipping over $50 REDUCED PRICE: $800 SHIPPED in US
Paypal or cash.
This is currently posted on Los Angeles Craigslist and will go to eBay if I get no action after a week or so.
I received this in trade from the original owner and it is immaculate
--he never used it except in his home studio and I've only used it at home. I've opened the case candy bag and used the patch cord at home (it will be included), but I still have everything that came with it--Allen wrench, truss rod tool, polishing cloth, manual, and Fender strap. You all know the P-bass sound so I won't get into that. One of the things that I like about this bass is the high-mass bridge and string-through option; it adds a heck of a lot of sustain. here is a link to Photobucket album with pics of this bass. They're not great but you will get the idea. If there's a particular area of either bass you'd like me to focus on, let me know and I'll do my best.
Here are a couple of pics with a link to more. http://s1079.beta.photobucket.com/us...ass%20pictures
Gotta say, $800 shipped is a darn good price for a showroom-ready P-bass.
TRADE INTEREST UPDATE:
In order to pay off the bill for the "dream bass" i just bought, I need to make $400 cash on this sale. I would be up for trade + $400 offers, if your trade items were things I was interested in, like, say, "lesser" (or less expensive, non US-made) P-basses, EBMM or SBMM products, interesting 6-strings, and so on. If you have something that you think is worth $400-ish, AND you have $400, give me a try. It can't hurt to ask. The one thing I am absolutely inflexible on is the $400 cash.