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SOLD FT 90's Jackson Professional Concert V

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by mikenel169, Apr 3, 2014.


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  1. mikenel169

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    I'm looking to trade my Jackson Concert V for a Mesa Boogie Big Block 750. These basses are pretty rare, there is one on ebay right now going for $895.I do think that price is high but I would put a $650 trade on this.This bass is from the early 90's and has normal wear and tear (see pics). For its age, it is in pretty good condition. It can use a good set up and new strings, Neck is thin, straight and fast.There are some nicks and scratches for being over 20 years old, everything seems to be in good working order. Its blue in color using a lot of light but looks black from afar.

    Looking for a trade on this one, let me know what you got or make me an offer!

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    On hold pending deal...
     
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