FS ~ 2012 USA G&L M-2500.

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Trabeen, Dec 1, 2012.


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  1. Trabeen

    Trabeen Extra gluten, please. Supporting Member

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    Bought new in September, gigged twice and put back in the case as I play all sixes these days. Classy three-tone burst over upgraded swamp ash body, quarter-sawn maple neck and board. Essentially still brand new and unmolested, these are great basses and if G&L ever decides to build them in sixers I expect to break my hip lurching for the checkbook. Includes the OHSC, the hang tags and blank warranty card, the build sheet, the COA; pretty much everything other than the extra four-hundred or so bucks you would need to add if you were the one who bought it brand new a couple of months ago. $1100 shipped and insured CONUS, PayPal OK.

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  2. willsellout

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    Wish we could have worked something out for this bad boy. Bump for you, these M basses are awesome.
  3. Habilis

    Habilis Supporting Member

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    If I were in the market for a 5-string I'd snap this up in a heartbeat. It's a great bass, and having bought a "used" MIA Jazz from Trabeen that couldn't have looked newer if it had popped into existence in my lap, I know he's a GREAT TB seller.
  4. ShirazBop

    ShirazBop Gold Supporting Member

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    I can say the same here as one who picked up the "used" MIA Fender P5 from Trabeen!

    Buy with confidence folks!
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  6. ShirazBop

    ShirazBop Gold Supporting Member

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    ...by the way, what she weigh? I'm really looking for Jazz V, Black and Maple or an Oly and Rosewood... But this could work in a pinch...:D
  7. PeterF

    PeterF Supporting Member

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    I'll give you a free 'Awesome Bass' bump. I got a M2000 in trade for a sax recently. Didn't know what to expect what with all the ,'no active/passive' hating I had read. These basses flat out KILL. Neck is fabulous. Tone is the MOST solid foundation I have ever heard and they aren't very heavy! My M2000 is quickly becoming my go to rock bass beating out a killer
    Roscoe and even my fanned fret Bordwell! Yeah, they are that good.....
  8. chuck3

    chuck3

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    nice bass. I wish I could give it a trial run to test out the low B. I have a couple of nice 5s but the low B is not accurate or consistent with the rest of the strings on them. I know G&Ls are good, I've played a couple, but not any of their 5ers.
  9. Trabeen

    Trabeen Extra gluten, please. Supporting Member

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    ...and on the way to the Old Pueblo. Many thanks Peter, enjoy.

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