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FS or FT: Bluesman Vintage '55P with Lollar T-bird Pickup

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by guy n. cognito, Jan 5, 2014.

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    This bass is a monster. Right at 7 lbs!!!!!!! Light relic finish. Hot Lollar T-Bird pickup. Tuners have been upgraded to Res-o-Lites, but the original hipshots reliced tuners will be included with sale. Comes in SKB TSA style case. This bass cost approximately $1900 new.

    $1200 shipped in the lower 48. Shipping extra to AK, HI and Canada. No other international shipping will be considered. Ships via UPS Ground and will be extremely well packed.

    Trades: Will consider trades 4 strings or 34" 5 string basses of comparable or lesser value. Please send trade offers via PM.

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    Bump. Pictures updated above.
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    I would love to have this.. I really would. I have this bass but with a single coil pickup.. I can honestly say it's the best bass tone I've ever heard.. I am quite sure this bass is the same.
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    Forgot about this. Bump.
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    How about trade for an 8 string(double course) bass?
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    what's the width at the nut? Looks like in between a p and j.

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