For trade or maybe a sale: My 1990 American-made Peavey Fury for your...?
I'd prefer a trade on this one, but I'm open to a sale. Ideally I'd love a trade + a little cash my way.
I bought a Peavey Fury a year ago and it's been my main band rehearsal/gigging bass since. It's white with black hardware and a black pickguard. Sounds fantastic. Great condition with the usual bumps and bruises but nothing awful. LaBella roundwound strings. Good action and setup. Frets are good. Weighs somewhere between 8 and 9 lbs. Super slim and fast "J" style maple neck that I Scotch-Brited down to a buttery smooth satin. Rosewood fretboard. This is an older Peavey that has the script headstock logo - not the block-letter headstock logo. Serial number dates it about 1990. No case but it will be packed well. This is a fantastic piece of American craftsmanship that can keep up with any Fender.
The "MWW" sticker can be easily removed - it's only been on there for a few months
Why get rid of it? Well, it's too slim for my massive mitts. Many people like the ultra slim, fast Peavey Fury necks, but my large hands prefer a chunkier/rounder neck.
What am I looking for? I'm pretty open to anything, as long as it has a chunkier neck. Prefer maple fingerboards but will consider anything. Four-string fretted only.
I'd be cool with an Ibanez Roadstar/Roadster/Blazer (prefer black and maple with black pickguard, but these are kind of rare.) Any other old MIJ Ibanez would be great too. Open to other Japanese basses, even an old Hondo or something + cash would be possible. A less-expensive Fender would be fine too. Run anything by me!
Condition is mostly unimportant - as long as it is 100% functional.
Trade value about $300. Would sell for $250 + actual shipping.