So I'm up to the ears with basses and have to move some of my early frankenbass builds (despite the attachment to them) to free up some space.
This one I built to be the ONLY bass I need to have flats on it, a vintage mashup of tones. The bass sounds and plays well, but is sold as is since it is a frankenbass project. $175 shipped in the continental US, the bass will be packed in a padded gig bag in a proper box. Paypal only please.
Its an old Japanese sunburst P-bass body, with a maple neck I got from ebay (seller claimed it was a Lakland replacement neck, but it could be anything, no markings of any kind from any manufacturer), its got an older style neck profile like an older P-bass, kind of a C shape. The block inlays are actually vinyl decals that are durable but removable if you wish. The neck is finished with clear, except the face of the headstock and the fretboard between the frets which is bare maple.
Black pickguard, P+J pickups, pots, and bridge came from a Squier P-Bass (the special I guess, since its got the jazz pickup as well as the P)
The mudbucker in the neck, the knobs, and the pickup/bridge covers came from allparts. Note: the body was drilled for covers when I got it, but had to drill new holes to properly mount these covers in alignment.
Comes with the strap and the rubber-washer 'straplocks' and again the pickup and bridge covers are removable.
Currently strung with Rotosound Flats for that Roger Waters P-bass tone.
Note it had 2 output jacks at one point, the hole from the other has been covered with a piece of tape.
Side of the neck that faces you has slight imperfections in the clear
Here are pics without the pickup and bridge covers
Tape also covers a poor job of routing the pickguard
Back is pretty clean
Neck is quite straight, I only put a little relief on it, action isnt low but not high either, could be adjusted, I just like having the flatwound strings a little higher action than rounds.
Any questions please ask, the bass is sold as-is, as I said its fully functional but not all that pretty, it was one of my first 'builds' and it is a player.