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FT (Feeler): EBMM Stingray 4H and/or Fender MIA Precision for Modulus!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by jmattbassplaya, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. Hey guys,

    Let it be known first and foremost that this is simply a feeler thread and that I reserve the right to come to my senses at any time... but enough with being melodramatic! :p

    I'm looking to possibly trade either my 2012 EBMM StingRay 4H or my 2010 MIA Fender Precision for a Modulus Flea/Funk Unlimited. I recently picked up a Modulus Quantum 5 in a trade, and I have to admit that Modulus basses just seem to do it for me more than any other brands that I have ever tried.

    2012 EBMM StingRay 4H:

    I got this bass brand new as an insurance replacement for my last Ray that unfortunately met its demise in a traffic accident. This one is in 9.5/10 condition, and it comes with its OHSC. It has a white finish, a tort guard, and a rosewood neck. The neck plays incredibly well, and I have yet to find any dead spots on the neck. The action on this bass is also incredibly low in comparison to most Rays that I have played (I've owned over 10 now), and the sound is to die for:

    **note that all stickers/plastic have been removed from the Ray since these pictures have been taken**





    2010 MIA Fender Precision:

    I bought this bass in the summer of 2010 (if I remember correctly) from TB'er Nostatic. The bass is in about 7.5-8/10 condition and has your typical players wear, but nothing too gnarly or drastic. The pickups have been upgraded with Delano's, which give it a much fuller, clearer, and punchier sound than the stock pups. That said, I still have the stock pups and will include them with the trade. The bass also comes with its OHSC. The finish is three tone burst, and the fretboard is rosewood:




    As for the Modulus, let it be known now that I do not like basses with Bart electronics, and as such I won't be interested in any Flea/FU that has them. I'm willing to add cash or possibly even effect pedals to any deal, and I might be willing to trade both basses (+ cash my way) for the right Modulus. Please PM with any questions you might have!

    Happy Holidays!
  2. A-Step-Towards

    A-Step-Towards Supporting Member

    Nov 16, 2009
    Los Angeles California
    Just any FYI thats not the original case american standards are sold with, thats a G&G tolex case, american standards come in a hard plastic case. That case is actually nicer and worth more.

    I love that stingray.
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  4. You're right! Thanks for the heads up :)
  5. lyes4string


    Dec 13, 2010
    Endorsing Artist of Warwick Basses
    Nice ray! Wish I had something to offer, not letting go of my stingray and I think I beat any value out of my Warwick thumb.
  6. mike nyce

    mike nyce

    Oct 1, 2008
    Unionvale, NY

    Would you consider trading for a musicman stealth 4HH in mint condition?
    Please email me if interested
  7. Thanks for the offer, but I'm really looking for a Modulus.

  8. cjmodulus


    Jul 15, 2010
    Bump for a great dude to deal with and 2 smokin' basses! Glad to hear you're Digging the quantum James.

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