Fender Roscoe Beck V $1375 Shipped
So I guess I'm looking to sell my Fender RB V. Always said I wouldn't, but I gotta thin it out a touch. It's in nice condition, all stock. Frets in good shape, all pots and switches perfect.It's been played a little, has a few scratches and dings that go with the territory.
Along the bottom edge of the body- scratches through clear coat, but not through the color.
Top horn has a small ding.
Neck has a small ding on the radius near the third fret, my thumb doesn't touch it while playing.
Fretboard has a small piece of clear missing from the edge near the 3rd fret.
Both of the neck issues could be easily fixed with a drop of clear, it never bothered me so I didn't touch it. I don't have the original hard case for it, but it comes with a good fitting generic hard case.
I'm thinking $1375 shipped to lower 48, Fed Ex & Paypal probably. Only thing right now I'm looking for is a MB Super Synth.
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BTW, I don't have internet access until after 6pm Central M-F.
this is cooler than cool
The 'ol "if only I had the $$ this would be a buy not a bump bump".......;)
Can you describe what all the controls do? Is it passive and how much does it weigh?
Oh yeah what is the scale length......34"?
PICKUP SWITCHING: 3-Position Blade Pickup Selector Switch:
Position 1. (Bridge Side), Bridge Pickup
Position 2. (Middle), Bridge and Neck Pickups
Position 3. (Neck Side), Neck Pickup
2-Mini-Toggle Coil Selector Switches.
Mini-Toggle Switch 1:
Position 1. (Bridge Side), Both Coils of Neck Pickup in Series Humbucking
Position 2. (Middle), Front Coil of Neck Pickup
Position 3. (Neck Side), Both Coils of Neck Pickup in Parallel Humbucking
Mini-Toggle Switch 2:
Position 1. (Bridge Side), Both Coils of Bridge Pickup in Series Humbucking
Position 2. (Middle), Front Coil of Bridge Pickup
Position 3. (Neck Side), Both Coils of Bridge Pickup in Parallel Humbucking
Push/Pull Mid-Shaping Tone Switch/Pot
Bump for a gorgeous bass that has given me a serious case of GAS for several years now. Which I had the scratch for it, man. GLWTS
Thanks for the control description Edward G!
The weight is 9.5 lbs. I love how well balanced it is, no neck dive. I couldn't afford it when I bought it either, just happened to have cash on hand when I spotted it at a local shop. I was talking to their luthier, and he was doing a setup on it as it had just come in. I remember him saying, "This is the nicest sounding bass I've ever played" I Played it for about a hour, made a offer and bought it. It's mostly hung on the wall since then, kinda scares me to play basses out that cost over a grand, ya know?
I've been wanting a RB V and a cherry red bass. Pondering quickly.
This is a lighter one. I sold one recently that was more than 10 pounds. Truly a great bass by any standard. Perhaps the greatest passive 5 ever made (so far).
I have a 2004 American Deluxe P-bass 5. I'm curious if the neck will be similar on this. Anyone?
I have one in shoreline gold and I do believe the RBV is the best passive bass made. I don't think I could part with mine. Its the only passive 5 I have, when I got it I stopped looking and got rid of everything else, its that good.
Somebody please buy this before I POP !!! bump
love these basses!!!!!!!
pm coming, thx
On my wish list of axes to own. GLWTS!
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