Excellent example of a MIK Skyline with the desirable Bartolini pickups in a color that was not made in large quantities. As you can read all over the internet, the Skyline HBs are really close the US models (moreso than other Skyline models).
Condition is very good for a 10 year old bass. The neck and playability are fantastic. The bridge has some light corrosion but nothing significant. I replaced the electronics which were a bit corroded and scratchy with CTS pots, Switchcraft switch, etc. as well as new knobs. The original setup will be included but it is much cleaner now.
The bass weighs 9-9.5 lbs and ships with a Levys gigbag. Currently strung with D'addario rounds but I will also include a set of Chromes, and will install and set it up with them if you wish.
I had Mike Quick at http://www.quickguards.com/
make a white pearloid pickguard that has not been installed. It is shown in the last photo below for mock up purposes but will look better under the pickup ring.
Bottom line price is $900 shipped in Canada/US
. No trades please. Specifications:
Nut Width 1.6"
Nut Type Delrin
Fret Size .041/.085"
Width at Final Fret 2.42"
1st Fret Neck Depth .8"
12th Fret Neck Depth .89"
Fingerboard Radius 10"
Scale Length 34"
Bridge String Spacing .75"
Neck Wood Flat-Sawn Maple
Body wood(s) Carved Mahogany Back and sides
Top Carved Maple Top
Fingerboard Rosewood with Dots
Tuners Hipshot licensed Ultralites
Truss Rod Access At headstock w/Cover - 4mm Hex
Controls Volume/Volume-Tone/Tone (Passive), single coil switch for pickups
Bridge Lakland Bridge (through bridge stringing only)
Pickups Bartolini humbuckers
Please excuse my poor photos: