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Ibanez 5 string, Mahogany Body, Bubinga neck

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Sumtingwong, Oct 29, 2012.


  1. Sumtingwong

    Sumtingwong

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    Central Pa
    For Sale: Ibanez/Soundgear SR 505 5 string, mahogany body, bubinga neck, pau ferro fretboard, modified headstock, smoked chrome hardware- Has an Aguilar OBP-1 onboard preamp and Bartolini Mk 1's. Sustain for DAYS, and sits beautifully in the mix, so it's a great studio bass. I modded the headstock so engineers would stop rolling their eyes when they saw it, because it sounds f'in GREAT. Tolerates low action very well, so it plays like buttah. $[DEL]499[/DEL] [DEL]425$[/DEL] $400 OBO.

    I also have the original electronics.. Somewhere.






    Has some wear on the finish.
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  2. Sumtingwong

    Sumtingwong

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    Bumped. Now with Audio goodness.
  3. mattattack187

    mattattack187 Bass Enthusiast Supporting Member

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    Nice playing, and nice Bass.
  4. Sumtingwong

    Sumtingwong

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    Thanks! I'm not really all THAT sad no one's bought it yet, because I like playing it. Still, bills are bills, and I have to raise some cash.. So- Off it goes to someone, somewhere.
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  6. Sumtingwong

    Sumtingwong

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    Bump. Somebody, somewhere needs this bass.
  7. Sumtingwong

    Sumtingwong

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    Price now $400. This would make a great backup bass for those of you with higher-end instruments.

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