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SOLD Fs/ft Warwick corvette standard active electronics case nirvana black oil

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by duff84, Jul 17, 2013.


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  1. duff84

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    I got this not too long ago just wanna see what else is out there. It plays great, beautiful ovankol neck and wenge fingerboard. It has no issues, has bell brass frets, good tuners, low low action, strung with fairly new dr fat beams, used one gig. Bass is light too, is say within the 8 lb range. The finish is nirvana black oil. Neck is smooth non gloss finish. No fret sprouts or jagged edges, these bass's are quality bass's. The bridge is the 2 piece bridge that warwick is known for and it has the just a nut III.

    sale price is 700 shipped best offer is welcome

    Trades: i would add some cash where appropriate, i would consider five strings too.

    run anything by me least i could is say no

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    bump all offers considered
     
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    Price drop bump
     
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    traded locally thanks
     



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