SOLD FS/FT Pedulla Pentabuzz

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  1. warrior5st

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    Pedulla PentaBuzz 5 string Fretless 1991.

    Vintage Cherry Finish.
    Signature series AAAA Flame Maple body
    The previous owner had replaced the preamp which had 2 switches so a little hole was drilled to accommodate the switch. Original 4 knob PJ Bartolini set up with Bartolini preamp were re-installed. Now the only problem is there's a little hole in the body next to the knob. This didn't effect the sound at all. other than that it sounds great and plays beautifully. 17.5mm spacing. Black hardware.
    Original case, strap and truss rod wrench included.

    $1799 shipped
     

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  4. benchpress11782

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    It's too bad for that hole : (
     
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  6. warrior5st

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    Great bass plays like a dream except for the hole. If anyone wants to buy it, I'll give them a big discount.
     
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    by the way, the hole can be patched.
     
  8. javadog

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    Put a little cork in there so no water gets in. :p
     
  9. warrior5st

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    Cork does wonders huh. Cool, thanks for the water tip. Anyone got to tip for forgetting about the hole
     
  10. MrLenny1

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    A rubber plug works also.
    I bought a used bass and the previous owner removed a switch and put a rubber plug.
    Looked OK.
    She's a beauty.
    GLWTS
     
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    I would use one of the squishy earplugs for the hole :bag:
     
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    Nice bass.

    What are you looking for in terms of trades?

    Thanks, and GLWTS.
     
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    Price drop $1650 shipped.
     
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    Put a dummy toggle switch, to fill the whole.
     
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    Well looking at the pics maybe would be to near to the pot knob. May an inlay with a Ying Yang emblem. There is a company on Westminster that make custom inlays.
     
  21. javadog

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    I might need to see a few measurements and high resolution pictures of the hole. Been thinking about that a lot lately and even had a dream about it.
     

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