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FS:Washburn Status S70 S1000 Headless

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by blueacid4l, Feb 18, 2014.


  1. blueacid4l

    blueacid4l

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    Up for grabs is kind of a rare one. It's a 1989 Washburn Status Headless Bass. I acquired it in a trade deal last year and have found myself with one too many 4 strings. Here's the original link to the purchase.

    It's in pretty much the condition any bass from 1989 would be. A bit of light rash on the back as well as some swirling in the finish. Both can really be removed with some car scratch remover and some elbow grease. Phenolic Fretboard with great Fretwork. Status Pickups, Electronics, and Bridge... basically a Status at a much cheaper price range.

    The previous owners would probably know more about it.

    Previous Purchase Link:

    http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f126/rare-1989-washburn-status-s70-headless-978721/


    It was listed at $575 previously, how about $500 even shipped?

    In a hurry to move this for a project bass Body Purchase so I may be taking it to GC to see how much I can get for it as well as posting it for sale locally.

    Please forgive the pics, trying to snap and upload during my lunch.

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  6. blueacid4l

    blueacid4l

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    Well, that was fast. This is gone.
     

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