Feeler: 5-string Warmoth

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Envincibal, Dec 28, 2012.


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  1. Envincibal

    Envincibal Supporting Member

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    I'm thinking about selling my 5-string Warmoth... its not getting any love (I've been using my Pedullas...)
    Comes with a brand new gigbag
    http://www.austinbazaar.com/MBT-BGBH-Electric-Bass-Guitar-Bag-p/mbt-bgbh.htm
    Seymour Duncan Basslines (not sure if these are SMB-5a or SMB-5d) - they sound great. Push/pull volume for each pickup (series/single coil select) and tone control.

    I'll get some more pics up later on
    Frets were once gold-coated and the gold finish has worn off. Truss works as it should. Strings can be strung through body. There are some nicks on the headstock (I'll get some pics in a bit).

    I'm thinking $625 shipped CONUSA/PayPal
    SOLD!!

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  2. Envincibal

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    I pointed out some chips in the finish... also, the gap between the neck and body is from some business cards/shim ;)
    I know, I realized afterwards, that the shim wasn't necessary since the neck has a height adjustment on the back

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  3. Envincibal

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    chips near the pickups

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    back of the body. The second pic is a close up of the cavity cover where there is a blemish

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  6. Envincibal

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    back of the bass and headstock

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  7. Handyman

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    What's this guy's string spacing and weight?
  8. Envincibal

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    I'll get that info posted later tonight
  9. Grizzly700

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    What's the scale length? 34"?
  10. Envincibal

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    34" scale
    9.5 on the bathroom scale
    spacing looks to be either 17.5 or 18mm
  11. Envincibal

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    Not the best recordings... this was recorded prior to coil splits being installed (these recording would be series for each pickup)

    Bridge Only
    Neck Only

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  12. Envincibal

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    Neck & Bridge

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  13. Envincibal

    Envincibal Supporting Member

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    Lets try to find this bass a new home... send me an offer...
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  15. Gord_oh

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    beautiful and tastefully done warmoth bass...
    i dont have cash or anything as a trade offer, but good luck.
    she's a beaut.
  16. fourtet102

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    What a deal!!!!! My Warmoth Jazz is the best jazz i have ever played.
  17. Envincibal

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    Thanks guys - I would be keeping it if it weren't for my love of my Pedullas, and this bass is too sweet to sit around collecting dust.
  18. Handyman

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    You've got a PM!

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