SOLD FS: Schecter Diamond P5

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by RichardCranium, Aug 29, 2012.


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  1. RichardCranium

    RichardCranium Supporting Member

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    Selling off my Schecter Diamond P5 it's a great bass just not what I need at the time. If you're looking for a decent passive 5 this is for you. String spacing is 1.77mm at the nut and 19mm at the bridge. It weights approx. 10 pounds.

    A few mods that I made:

    I replaced the push-pull tone pot with a regular pot and a mini toggle for the coil split on the bridge pickup. I also added a 3 string tree over the stock 2 string tree to help the A string get a better angle over the nut. I did flip the bridge pickup around so that the split coil was closer the the front pickup I can flip it back around if you like also the bass is shielded with copper tape.

    There is some wear and tear on it there's a couple of the usual headstock dings and the pickguard is scratched and a couple of minor scratches on the back. None of the dings or scratches are major just normal wear and tear and nothing affects the playing at all just being honest about the condition.

    Also included is a Roadrunner HSC which fits it fine there is a small rip in the case.

    Let's call it $250 plus shipping CONUS sorry no trades.

    Also it's for sale locally in South Florida if you're in the area.

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    More pics here: http://s1116.photobucket.com/albums/k566/MSJ311/Diamond P5/
     
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    What's string spacing and weight?
     
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    1.77mm at the nut and 19mm at the bridge. Weight is a tad over 10 pounds.
     
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  6. jlepre

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    DO you really hear a big difference flipping the bridge pup? I just bought this exact bass, and I'm pretty happy with it the way it is.

    What sonic difference if any do you hear?

    BTW great deal on this bass.
     
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    RichardCranium Supporting Member

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    You do hear a difference with the coil split it's a little fuller sound with both. I don't know why they made the back coil the split one that's why I flipped the PU around
     
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    Pretty simple to do I would guess right?
     
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