Mike Lull P5 Ice Blue w/Matching Headstock

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  1. Greg_S

    Greg_S Gold Supporting Member

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    Location:
    Orange County, California
    SOLD

    I am going to be posting a lot of my basses for sale in order to purchase a new motor for my truck. I appreciate you taking a few minutes to take a look at my postings and hope that one of them is what you are looking for. Next up is my Mike Lull P 5 Ice Blue with matching headstock.

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    This bass is a dream to play. Easiest and fastest necks you'll ever lay your hands on. Mike remembers the bass well and considered keeping it for himself. It has a Brazilian Rosewood fretboard that he doesn't offer anymore:
    • Alder body
    • Maple neck/ Brazilian rosewood fretboard
    • 35” scale
    • 18mm string spacing
    • Seymour Duncan Custom Shop P pickup, made to Mike's spec.
    • Passive vol. and tone controls
    • White pickguard
    • Plek'd
    • Weight 8 lbs
    • Mike Lull custom cream Tolex hardshell case (has some marks on it)
    Built December 2008 for Winter NAMM show 2009.

    Bass is in 9/10 condition.

    I need to get [DEL]$2150[/DEL] $2050 for the bass shipped to the CONUS only. Paypal OK, but prefer Dwolla.

    Please, no trade offers, I beg you!
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    Links to my other basses if your interested:
    Custom 'Rickenbacker' - One of a Kind!
    Warwick Pro Series Star Bass 5 String
    Mike Lull JT5 Bass
    Groove Shoppe 5 String Bass
  2. lowstrung5

    lowstrung5 Supporting Member

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    I played this bass when it was at Mike's shop years ago. I remember how good it sounded and played. Good luck with the sale. Someone will be very happy.
  3. Greg_S

    Greg_S Gold Supporting Member

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    Orange County, California

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