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Modulus 6 TBX on Craigs...

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by enjoi1018, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. enjoi1018

    enjoi1018 Supporting Member

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    I hope this is in the right place. I saw a (what appears to be) GREAT condition Modulus TBX 6-string on the Denver list. The dude's only asking $2000, and it seems to be legit with him stating he'll bring the bass to you and your rig because he doesn't have one you can play it on.

    Believe you me, if I even could half afford it I would probably sell a bunch of stuff to grab it.

    Had to let you TB'ers know! I have no connection with the seller.

    Someone go save it! :)
  2. edwinhurwitz

    edwinhurwitz Supporting Member

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    It's mine now! It's a nice bass that hasn't been played in some time, so the pots were in need of a cleaning and it needed new strings and a setup. I've had a Q6 for more than 10 years now and always wanted a TBX. I'm not sure this is the perfect TBX for me (I wouldn't mind if the pickups were closer to the neck and I would prefer a lower action, but that still might be in the cards) but boy, what a sound!

    The seller brought it to my soundcheck on Friday and after I checked it out for about 20 minutes, it just seemed too good to let go. I played it all weekend and left the Q6 in its case. I was subbing for the bass player in a band called The Dead Phish Orchestra, so it was the perfect instrument.

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