FS: Schecter Model-T

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Bassbubble11, Nov 19, 2013.


  1. Bassbubble11

    Bassbubble11 Supporting Member

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    I have been hesitating about doing this but
    alas I must sell my Model-T.

    I purchased this bass new back between
    1998 and 2001. I can't remember.

    Here's a little about the bass.

    See Thru White Ash body
    The PUPs are DD P/J w/ Vol.-Vol./Tone (stacked)
    Chrome hardware. The Bridge is called a "Diamond Bass"
    and the tuners I believe are Vintage Grover or copies made
    by Schecter.
    Jazz neck w/ 22frets

    I would like to get $400 OBO plus shipping. I am open
    to offers. I am not sure what these are going for used.

    Here is a pic from my cell phone. I will post more if
    there is any interest.

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    Here is me playing it back in 2002.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umIRsPuVTcc&list=HL1384878911&feature=mh_lolz

    Any questions PLEASE ask.

    Thanks
     
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    tomydacat Supporting Member

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    these are AWESOME BASSES BUMP very cool looking one here and a early one looks like
     
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    I don't have a scale at home. I will try and find out.

    It's gotta be 9 to10 lbs.
     
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    Thanks for the bump. It IS a great looking bass. I don't think
    they make them in See Thru White anymore. It is an early one.
    They only made this config for 3 years (1998-2001). The Diamond
    Series guitars/basses were introduced in '98.
     
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    This finish is called mary kaye. These where the official Robert DeLeo signature model. Only produced for 3 years until they started calling them the model t. These first 3 year ones I believe where the only ones made with an ash body. The Model T has an alder body. I have the same one like this one and absolutely love it. Nice price on a somewhat hard to find Schecter bass.

    GLWTS
     
  8. Bassbubble11

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    Bump for a beautiful Schecter Model-T.

    Make some offers folks.
     
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    these basses are GREAT BASSES tone and feel and ASH would be a rare one for sure .. low action and punchy great recording bass
     
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