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Lefty Wiring harness for a P-Bass

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by FuryGuy, Feb 17, 2014.


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  1. FuryGuy

    FuryGuy Supporting Member

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    Wiring harness for a left handed P-Bass. The pots are 250K (made by Alpha) and the jack is a Switchcraft. It was professionally soldered and is correct for a left handed bass. The pots are 3/8 inch solid shaft in new condition. I had this bass wired up to sell but have decided to part it out, so the pots and jack are basically new. The mounting nuts and washers are included, just solder in your favorite pickup.

    Asking $20 shipped to Canada or the Lower 48 States.

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  3. funkbass187

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    Just curious, how is it any different from a right handed harness?
     
  4. FuryGuy

    FuryGuy Supporting Member

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    This is out of a left handed P bass. My tech wired it opposite to the diagram that he followed from Seymour Duncan to make the volume and tone pots work properly. I could be changed to a right hand configuration but it would need to be re-soldered. That's my understanding anyway.
     
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