I’m not sure about this. I've owned this bass for over 2 years and it has been my main player. Then I decided that I liked my 4 so much that I would have Roger build me a 5. My 5 arrived in July and now it is all that I play. It has taken me this long to figure out what to do. If I did this for a living I may be able to justify keeping it but, alas, I have a day job and 2 of the same bass doesn't make a ton of sense. My struggle is that it is one of the few basses that has the “it” factor. It plays like butter and sounds even better.
This bass is in great condition, no scratches, dings or wear. It has a bit of light finger marks by the pups and on the pickguard but could easily be removed. Comes with a really nice Access padded and structured gig bag. The Sadowsky case died.
I am open for trades though. High end 5 and 6 strings, 34” scale, pretty light. I would really like a Sadowsky PJ5 or a NYC 5-24 $3,500 shipped
in the conUSA. Price includes Paypal fees, shipping, and insurance. I will ship internationally but the buyer must pay all fee and shipping. Specs:
Ser #: 5534
Weight: 7 lbs. 13 oz.
Swamp ash body
¼ sawn maple neck, 1.45” at the nut, 20mm string spacing
Sadowsky Preamp with mid boost and VTC
Strung with Sadowsky blue SS
Pictures taken 12-28-12
All the specs etc are reflections. We had a white Christmas.
Sadowsky NYC WL-5 / Benavente SCD-6 / AMI Jazz-4
AMI Reverse P, MM, fretless-4 / King 2 bass
2 Kids, a Great Wife and 1 Amazing God