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FS: G. Gould GGi 5 Cocobolo top, GGi 4 black

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Lordcliff, Sep 4, 2013.


  1. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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    Can't believe I'm putting this up, but...

    -Sold pending funds- G.Gould 5 string #1134, Cocobolo over alder, Cocobolo fretboard. I replaced the special G.Gould EMG-X pickups with Bartolini dual coils (series/parrallel switch, vol must be centered for series, the two pickups are together in series, not each individually) and a Bart 3 ban preamp push/pull passive knob, but will include the original EMG-X (EMG-XDCs) set up. Almost no wear. My scale says 9.4 lbs, but I'm going to say 10lbs. 35 inch scale, 24 fret graphite neck, 1 7/8" at the nut, 19mm at the bridge, Hipshot tuners, Hipshot bridge. Ships in a generic hardshell case (not the one pictured). $1600 shipped via USPS Money Order. -Sold pending funds-
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    G. Gould 4 string #1120 Alder body, 34 inch scale graphite neck, about 8lbs. 1-5/8" nut width, EMG 35P/ 35TW pickups, EMG 3-band preamp w/ sweepable mids and balance control - 18v. This is one of the best basses I've ever owned. There is a flaw in the finish under the control plate, has some very minor play wear. Come with a Roadrunner case. $1000 shipped (firm) via USPS Postal Money Order
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  2. Woodchuck

    Woodchuck

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    Wow, it's been a while since I've seen one of these. VERY underrated basses! Whoever buys these WILL NOT be sorry! GLWTS!
     
  3. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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    GGi-5 is back up, and the GGi-4 is still for sale.
     
  4. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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  6. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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  7. rulyongo

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    Wow!!! Is the 5 string still for sale?
     
  8. Bassistik

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    I'm interested too :bag: And one more thing I wanna know: does it have a truss rod?
     
  9. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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    Yes.

    Yes.
     
  10. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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  12. nick g.

    nick g. Supporting Member

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    I used to own that GGi4. In fact, I was its first owner! How I wish I wasn't broke. :crying:
     
  13. onuka

    onuka Warbott Supporting Member

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    Hey, why did you change the pickups to Bartolini? Didn't you like the sound? How would you describe the sound of the bass?
     
  14. GMBass1

    GMBass1 Supporting Member

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    The 5-er is still F/S? I PM'ed you my phone no. Thanks.
     
  15. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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    5-string is on Hold.
     
  16. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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    The original EMG-X pup to me were too high-fi for what I was playing, great sound, but weren't punching through with the band I was playing in. The Barts brought out the natural midrange, even with the bart pre-amp, I ended up almost always playing in passive. In passive it has a nice fat sound, but doesn't get away from you on the low end.
     
  17. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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    Had several people PM me about the 4 string over the last few months, and I hesitated. But it is still for sale, so bump
    5 string is long gone.
     
  18. the_home

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  19. GrooveWarrior

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    Do you have any audio/video clips of the 4?
     
  20. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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    I don't, sorry.
     
  21. Lordcliff

    Lordcliff Supporting Member

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    Looks like the 4 sting is sold as well. Thanks
     

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