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SOLD Mike Lull P4 with 1.5” neck, only 7.4 lbs!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by jdy, Nov 27, 2012.


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  1. jdy

    jdy Supporting Member

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    FS feeler: 2011 Mike Lull custom-built P4 with Jazz neck (1.5” nut). Only 7.4 lbs! Feels solid, plays fast, puts out round, sweet vintage P tones with Fralin pickup. Near-mint (9.5/10) condition with no dings or scratches. Quite possibly the ultimate P bass.

    First $1800 gets it. PayPal or USPS money order. G&G hardshell case included. Shipping extra.

    » Very light: 7.4 lbs
    » Alder Body, three-tone sunburst
    » Graphite Reinforced Maple Neck
    » Rosewood Fingerboard
    » 34" Scale Length
    » 21 Frets, PLEK precision fret leveling
    » 12" Radius Fingerboard
    » 1.5" Nut Width
    » Bone Nut
    » Chrome Hardware
    » Hipshot Ultralite Tuners
    » Lindy Fralin Vintage "P" Pickup
    » Aluminum Bridge
    » Full Electrostatic Shielding
    » Lull custom cream colored G&G hardshell case
     

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  2. jdy

    jdy Supporting Member

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  3. herrdruhl

    herrdruhl craft beer mega-consumer Supporting Member

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  4. satellite4

    satellite4

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    Looks like a great Lull! These are fine fine basses
     
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  6. droskobass

    droskobass Supporting Member

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    That is THE ULTIMATE perfect bass right there! I'm Drooooooooling! GLWTS
     
  7. jdy

    jdy Supporting Member

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  9. DaveAceofBass

    DaveAceofBass Supporting Member

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    Why are you selling?

    I wonder how this would stack up against my Lakland USA Bob Glaub PJ.
     
  10. jdy

    jdy Supporting Member

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    @DaveAceofBass, I'm selling to finance the possible purchase of a Lakland!
     
  11. DaveAceofBass

    DaveAceofBass Supporting Member

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    Ahh so my Lakland would win in a competition? Interesting.
     
  12. jdy

    jdy Supporting Member

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    Recently bought a Lakland Decade; really enjoying it! Haven't tried a Glaub PJ (yet)!
     
  13. soxhats

    soxhats Supporting Member

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    Sweet moses, this bass must be sick. I once owned a Mike Lull P bass, and it's one of my all-time "why-did-I-sell-that???" moves.

    Someone please buy this. I don't want to have to see it here. :p
     
  14. jdy

    jdy Supporting Member

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    Leaning toward keeping this. If you are interested in buying, let me know before this weekend. Thanks.
     
  15. ubnomnar

    ubnomnar Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    I thought you might be shooting to fill that wine rack in one fell swoop!

    Bump for what appears to be "The ONE" for any P-lover :bassist:
     
  16. Holdsg

    Holdsg Life's too short to play a bass you don't like Supporting Member

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    Mike makes great basses, period. Ps, Js, TBirds, you name it. I also owned one (actually, it was Soxhat's) Tone was just what you want with the Lindys, but could not get past the 1.75" neck. This would be the bomb, with the 1.5" neck. Were it not that I am nearing completion of my PT4 new build (with the 1.5" neck, natch), and need my bass account funds for it, this one would be mine.
     
  17. soxhats

    soxhats Supporting Member

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    The neck on that P4 was a little board-like, Holdsg... My Lakland Bob Glaub P with a 1.5 neck is heaven. If I could keep only one bass, it would be that. And if I weren't already over-bassed, this thread would be closed. A Mike Lull P4 with this neck, this light, at this price. One of the finest basses on TB right now.
     
  18. Robin Ruscio

    Robin Ruscio Supporting Member

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    OMG I can't believe this has not sold. I played a Lull P side by side with a true 64 P and wasn't feeling like it was lacking. Plus the 1.5" makes so much more sense for most of us.

    I would totally buy this but I have another bass on order right now that I need to pay the balance of. If you decide to sell later on let me know.
     
  19. Mrfstop

    Mrfstop Supporting Member

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    +1 to that.
    I am in the same boat.
    This is a beauty of a bass.
    Mike Lull makes great stuff! GLWTS :bassist:
     
  20. Tunaman

    Tunaman Supporting Member

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    Wish I still played 4s.... this is a SICK bass!
     
  21. herrdruhl

    herrdruhl craft beer mega-consumer Supporting Member

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    PM sent. I'll take it.
     

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