Hello, thanks for looking.
I'm putting up my Frank Bello Signature bass, its a clean bass but has few minor dings and surface scratches, hard to pickup with my camera. But visable if looked very close. There are no issues with the bass, it is as solid as it could get. I did have my tech add a three way switch and wire it as V/T and 3 way. The bass is 100 times more versatile than original V/V. This switch eliminates the "PJ syndrome" as well
. The bass weights on my BR digital scale at exactly 10lbs.
Bass is loaded with high quality parts and that is why I bought one and immediately had the tree way switch added. This upgrade cost was $120. Bass can come in a new Fender hardcase or a quality gigbag. Its currently strung with Rotosound 77 (45-105) with 10 hours on them. Sonically, It covers a lot of ground from Metal to Motown and everything in between. I already have 2 other PJs that is why I want another Pbass.
The only trade I'm interested is in a traditional Fender P Bass. I can add money for the right bass in a trade. Steve Harris Sig would be ideal trade.
Alder Jazz Bass Body
Maple Precision Bass neck, modern "C" Shape,
(satin polyurethane finish)
Rosewood fingerboard, 9.5" radius (241mm)
20 medium jumbo frets
Seymour Duncan Basslines SPB-3 Quarter Pound Split-Coil Precision Bass pickup,
Samarium Cobalt Noiseless Jazz Bass pickup
2 volume controls. ( Changed to 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 3 way selector.)
P Bass/J Bass pickup configuration
Leo Quan Badass III Bridge (top load or strings-thru-body configuration)
Fender/Schaller Deluxe Lite-Bass Straight Shaft Tuning Machines
Rear-routed control cavity
White body binding tapered off at contour
Matching black headstock
Frank Bello signature neck plate