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SOLD FS/FT: Prat Classic 6 string

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Adam Wright, Dec 12, 2013.

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  1. Adam Wright

    Adam Wright Supporting Member

    Jun 6, 2002
    N. Fort Worth,Texas
    -21 frets
    -18mm string spacing
    -2" nut
    -34" scale
    - premium birdseye maple fingerboard, MOP dots
    -1 piece swamp ash body with unique bark-in ash burl top
    -premium curly maple neck
    -headstock top and knobs matching the top
    -Villex custom pickups
    -Noll preamp (Germany) 4 band
    -4 concentric knobs
    -controls: vol/blend-villex tone/classic tone-bass/treble-hi mid/low mid - push pull active-passive
    -Hipshot A type bridge (3D adjust)
    -Hipshot ultralite tuners
    -natural finish (oil + varnish mix)
    -Comes with case.

    This is basically as new and was an in stock build that I got from Oscar. For full disclosure, the fretboard has shrunk some due to the extreme weather we've been having causing the fret ends to need some filing. This happens to nearly every bass I've ever had from 5k basses on down and has zero to do with the bass itself. Everything else is mint.

    here is a YT clip of this bass that someone did for Oscar

    Looking for something of the 4 or 5 string jazz style bass variety preferably but may be open to other basses. Can probably add a little cash for the right trade.

  2. Adam Wright

    Adam Wright Supporting Member

    Jun 6, 2002
    N. Fort Worth,Texas
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