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FS/T SBMM Ray34CA Silver Finish

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by akguitartard, Feb 10, 2014.

  1. I am in possession of a Ray34CA bass guitar that I bought last year from a music shop in California. The reason for selling is the slab style body (Perfect for vintage bass enthusiasts) and would like to move onto a 5 string (most likely). I am selling at [del]$650[/del] [del]$575[/del]$525+shipping OBO . It comes with a SBMM soft bass case, a set of Ernie Ball Hybrid Slinkies, and a KORG metrenome/digital tuning fork.
    The bass itself has an ash slab style body, a maple neck and rosewood fingerboard. It is an active bass (Hence the CA, which stands for Classic Active.) with a SBMM Alcino pickup and SBMM 2band active EQ. It is 10LBs to the dot so it is a bit heavier than other basses, but that's because it is designed to emulate a more classic vibe.

    Trade wise I am interested in an Ibanez BTB675 ( Might be able to pay along with the trade)

    A MIM Fender Precision Deluxe (Or a Schecter Model T, ESP Vintage 214+$)

    A Ray35

    and really any 5 string that's around the same value

    shoot me a PM if interested

    Pics: http://imgur.com/a/oFxtZ
  2. Chrome Dome

    Chrome Dome Chrome Dome Supporting Member

    Sep 17, 2013
    Piqua,Ohio 45356
    Another TBer,on here has Ray35 on here for sale.Just saw it in the classified,from Kentucky. Check it out.GLWTS.
  3. The SBMM Classic CAs have the narrow 'Sterling' size nut width - like the SLO option on USA EBMM.
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  5. waynobass


    Feb 27, 2008
    Very nice. Never seen one of these in silver before!
  6. The bass is now on hold as I have a trade pending.
  7. still accepting offers bump

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