I prefer to trade these basses together, but might breakup the trade for the right price or trade. Thanks!
I have a Trans Orange Stingray Five string with Musicman Case ($1200) and a Curcio Five String Jazz Bass ($950) with used, but working Ken Smith gig bag.
Trades: All active, all five strings including Sadowsky, Nordy, Lull, Warrior, Roscoe, Low End and etc. CONUS only and each person is responsible for shipping their respective basses.
(1) Trans Orange Stingray with matching head stock
*Only issue is a small scratch on the back of the neck which I tried to take a picture of but did not show up
Size:13-1/2" wide, 1-5/8" thick, 45-1/2" long (34.3 cm wide, 4.1 cm thick, 115.6 cm long)
Weight: 10lbs, 12 oz (4.87kg) - varies slightly
Body Wood: Ash
Scale Length: 34" (86.4 cm)
Neck Radius: 7.5" (19.1 cm)
Headstock Size: Only 9" (22.9 cm) long
Frets: 21 - High profile, narrow width
Neck Width 1-3/4" (44.5 mm) at nut 2-11/16" (68.3 mm) at last fret
(2) Rob Curcio Semi-Custom Five String Jazz
Here is the original link. Please read b/c Rob explains the bass well. FS: 5 string Jazz bass on "roids"
Here are the specs;
35" scale 22 fret 5 string Jazz bass. The bass weighs 10 lbs on the bathroom scale. The body is a Warmoth "standard" Jazz 5 string (same as MIM jazz body) in Swamp ash. The neck (mahogany/flame maple) is a custom neck built by the same CNC shop that makes necks and bodies for many custom bass builders in the US. (The headstock is a custom design I use on all of my "custom" bass builds and has "vintage" thin style frets.)
Here is a list of parts I used.
1. pickups - Aguilar 60's Hum cancelling 5 string Jazz pickups
2. Tone circuit - USA CTS tone pots with POI .047uF tone cap
3. Leo Quan BA V bridge
4. Dunlop strap locks
5. Hipshot Ultra lite tuners
6. Graphtech string nut
Since I have had the bass, I have added the pick guard, and had the bass shielded and soldered all lines.
Pics of both are at https://plus.google.com/photos/11688...K_74dStnbLEuwE