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Medium scale precision

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by spiritbass, Feb 12, 2014.

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    spiritbass Supporting Member

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    1985 ("A" series) refinished, re-logo'd MIJ Squire. Seymour Duncan SBP-1 pickup, CTS pots, Dunlop strap lock posts. The only cosmetic issue is a small dent in the clear coat between the bridge and pick guard. This is a nice little seven pound, twelve ounce tone machine with no issues. Gig bag included.

    No trades offers, please. $475 shipped in CONUS.

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    What is the scale length?
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    Thank you for your interest. :cool: The scale length is thirty-two inches. The neck is quite comfy and has no noticeable dead spots.
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    This little beauty may have found a new home...
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    Thanks to all for your interest. :cool:

    This bass is SOLD and moving to Texas this week!
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