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FS/FT: Big Al SSS Matching headstock sunburst

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Pudge Fish, Nov 28, 2013.


  1. Pudge Fish

    Pudge Fish Gold Supporting Member

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    I recently acquired an EBMM Big Al SSS. The thing is AMAZING. here's the previous sale thread specs and with better pics than my own.
    http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1023749

    I really love the bass but I just dont seem to jive with Jazz style necks. If you like a jazz neck, you owe it to yourself to try the amazing array of sounds the individually-selectable single coils can offer. This bass is beautiful sounding in both active and passive mode and really is a joy to play.

    For Trade: Preferably 4 string Bongos. I'm ever hunting for a Blue Rickenbacker 4003 (burst / midnight / azureglo preferred) gigged and roadworn is fine if it plays properly and I'd throw in cash accordingly. I can dream, right?

    For sale, I'll take what I paid. 1200 plus shipping. With OHSC and straplocks.
     

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  2. MadDogIan

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  3. Pudge Fish

    Pudge Fish Gold Supporting Member

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  6. Pudge Fish

    Pudge Fish Gold Supporting Member

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    on hold pending payment
     
  7. Pudge Fish

    Pudge Fish Gold Supporting Member

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    Sold. Big Al will fit right in in Texas... everything's big there!
     

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