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SOLD FS / FT! Clement 5 String Fretless.

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by tylerwylie, Dec 7, 2013.


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  1. tylerwylie

    tylerwylie Supporting Member

    Jan 5, 2008
    Roswell, GA
    This thing is a beauty but I play my 6 so more and am about to get Tom to build me another 6 I think :D. This was modeled after a pretty famous bass player, and it will ship with TWO pickups, both the stock SGD ND3-40 and an EMG 40CSX. The current preamp is an Audere 4 band classic.

    This was over 1900$ new. I will let it go for 1500$ shipped.

    Will get some more up to date pictures as there are a couple slight dents in the body in the wood.

    Specs:
    16.5mm spacing brass Hipshot A style bridge
    Swamp Ash body
    Single Custom (pickup blades are angled) SGD ND3-40 pickup in MM-style sweet spot.
    Audere 4 band preamp.
    Lined Dymondwood Fingerboard
    5 piece Maple/Wenge neck.
    Pickup ramp included.
    Chrome hardware.

    EMG 40CSX pickup included

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    With EMG pickup installed.
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  2. What are you looking for in regards to trading?
     
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  4. tylerwylie

    tylerwylie Supporting Member

    Jan 5, 2008
    Roswell, GA
    I am interested in Ibanez premium and prestige 4 5 or 6 strings. Other fretted or fretless 6 string basses. Cabinets as well.
     
  5. Could we see a picture of the back and a close up of the controls?

    What's the build number?
     
  6. tylerwylie

    tylerwylie Supporting Member

    Jan 5, 2008
    Roswell, GA
    I can get a picture for you, yes. The tech that installed the controls "forgot" the washer so I'll be taking it back to him to get that resolved, and to wire the pickup from series into parallel so I can hear how that vibe works.

    Build # is 318
     



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