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FS: LaBella E string Flats, Custom & Standard

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by ASATMAN, Apr 15, 2014.


  1. ASATMAN

    ASATMAN Supporting Member

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    BRAND NEW CONDITION, NEVER MOUNTED

    -3 Custom ordered LaBella flat E strings. Made for string thru bridges, 110 Deep Talkin' Bass. 37 1/4" from silk to ball, 48" overall.
    $25.00 shipped CONUS.

    -4 Standard LaBella flat E strings. For standard top load bridges. 110 Deep Talkin' Bass. 35 1/4" silk to ball, 47 1/2" overall.
    $25.00 shipped CONUS.

    $40.00 shipped CONUS for all 7 strings.
     

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  2. ASATMAN

    ASATMAN Supporting Member

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  3. RockBobby

    RockBobby Supporting Member

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    Prolly want the through body ones. I have to measure the bass when I get home.
     
  4. ASATMAN

    ASATMAN Supporting Member

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    No problem, let me know.
     
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  6. RockBobby

    RockBobby Supporting Member

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    I'm trying to see the pic. Are the through bridge tapered? My bridge is cranked way back to the max to meet an odd scale length neck.
     
  7. ASATMAN

    ASATMAN Supporting Member

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    No, these are not tapered. I've used laBella flats for a couple decades with string thru bridges and never had an issue.
     

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