|gidion ||09-27-2013 04:01 PM |
FS: 1992 Gibson Les Paul Bass
Alright, I've decided to sell my 1992 Gibson Les Paul bass. I have two Warmoth project basses going right now and need the money to finish them. Color is honey burst. Very good shape, some scuffing on the clear coat, mostly on the back, but no buckle rash and a couple of very small dings here and there. Also have the original case, which has some tears in the outside covering. $750.00 Ships from UTAH 84123 NO trades, NO outside U.S.A. sales.
|gidion ||09-27-2013 04:03 PM |
Here's a couple more pics.
|SturmUndDrang ||09-27-2013 05:04 PM |
That's classic. Still wired active? I think this is the first model year for the LPB-3/ standard. Beautiful honey burst.
|gidion ||09-28-2013 10:41 AM |
No, this is wired passive.
|SturmUndDrang ||10-01-2013 07:50 PM |
Damn, I would love to help you out but I'm tapped out from a custom build. Did you mod the electronics yourself or did you receive the bass that way?
|gidion ||10-03-2013 04:02 PM |
|basspraiser ||10-03-2013 04:38 PM |
OK...tempting.....both electric guitarists in our band have Les Paul's
I have been "toying with the idea" of buying one of these to match them...no clue how they sound....any sound links you can provide?
|gidion ||10-04-2013 02:06 PM |
Thanks SturmUndDrang for posting those, loved how the bass sounded in the kiss video. The bass is 100% stock, no mods done to it.
|SturmUndDrang ||10-04-2013 02:57 PM |
No prob. I thought it was cool seeing Keith Urban jam on an LPB even though that one has a wick bridge.
I always thought the LPB-3 without the toggle had a Bartolini TCT preamp with Master Vol., Blend, Bass and Treble controls.
|gidion ||10-04-2013 03:43 PM |
It has two volumes, one for neck and one for bridge pick-ups. Then bass and treble controls.
|gidion ||10-06-2013 01:28 PM |
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