FS/FT: Raines 6-String Versabass

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  1. stodgers

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    I got this fella in a trade a couple months back and it hangs on my wall having been played only a few times. I just found my hands were too dainty to handle the neck. This bass looks excellent - near mint I dare say. Comes with gig bag.

    The Raines Versabass Series feature a superfast neck with 34" scale. The 6 string has a cozy 2" nut so you can thump, slap, tap and walk all night without fatigue. All maple body with rosewood fretboard and abalone diamond inlay. Thes electronics are passive yet allow a full spectrum of tonal possibilities! Tobacco finish, bolt on neck, contoured heel.

    [del]$450[/del] $400 shipped, or trade towards an Ampeg SVT-4.

    Pic, more available upon request: http://i1269.photobucket.com/albums/jj594/stodgers/Gear for sale/IMG_9771.jpg

    Price drop: [del]$450[/del] now $400
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    Bump for the weekend. Off to go camping tonight!
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    Price drop to $400 for this sweet sixer.
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    Bump for the weekend!
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    Make me an offer and declare your independence from four strings!!
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    What's the string spacing at the bridge? Could we meet in person to check it out?
  8. stodgers

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    I don't have a metric ruler, but it is 5/8" which should be 16mm. Definitely down to meet in person if you want to check it out. PM me!
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    Bump. Where else can you find a sixer for $400?
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    bump; would be willing to consider a trade for a Telecaster.
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    Bump, with one caveat - I did notice a finish nick near the pickup. Otherwise, excellent shape.
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    Weekend bump.
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    I'd love to see a pic!
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    There's a link in the ad. Should be working...
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