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P Body loaded, Warmoth Lined fretless neck loaded

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by 4Mal, Nov 6, 2013.


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  1. 4Mal

    4Mal Supporting Member

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    Parting out this bass... Sweet but it isn't getting any play time.

    Ocean Metallic Turquoise body, Lakland Hanson pickup, Hipshot top loader, Tort Guard. A couple of dings. And some chipping around the neck pocket. See pics at the bottom of this thread for details

    Had questions about the neck pocket. The bass side and heel side are a perfect fit for the Warmoth neck. The treble side has a partial gap. I fit a business card as far in as I could get it in. That is detailed below. The gap itself is 1/32nd to 1/16th - biz card thickness and runs along the top half of the pocket, maybe 1/4 inch from the top, maybe 1/2 inch from front to back.

    Overall the neck pocket is pretty darned tight - as is evidenced by the chipping which is a classic issue with tight neck pockets when swapping necks.

    $200 shipped conus

    [DEL]Warmoth fretless lined P neck. Sweet, not a baseball bat. Very comfy even for my J neck loving hands... Nut, string tree and tuners. $200 shipped conus.[/DEL]

    [DEL]$375 shipped conus as a set with a set of D'Addario tape wounds.[/DEL]

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  2. 4Mal

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  3. Ed P

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    Who made the body and/or where was it made? Thanks.
  4. 4Mal

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    no idea. I posted the link to the purchase thread so you can see the history.

    The body itself is nicely done. Seems on par with MIA Fender, Warmoth, etc. reasonable weight too! The nitro finish is really nice. I just don't need a dozen basses in the house...

    based on weight and tone the wood is probably alder
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    Trades you ask ? Sure. Most anything but dirt pedals, amps and basses.

    Microphones are always interesting another 421 mk II would get my attention. OM-6's ... Avalon U5 - could add some dough for a clean one...

    Mim Tele In very good condition... Headphones...(Sony 7506, AKG 240 a must be recent and have replacable cord) Led Lighting wash only, no crazy effects - hey I am not a DJ after all... (Am DJ Jellyfish, Chauvet 4 Bar...)

    Other stuff ? Try me ?
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  7. 4Mal

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    You did a nice job. I love the color! I have no complaints other than... I have too much stuff in my music room.

    If I didn't also have a Reverend Rumblefish PJ as a passive, I would just swap necks but my stable is too deep. If I could get a Strat in that color I'd .... Lord knows what... Great color! Wish I could pull off a nitro finish like that.
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  9. Double E

    Double E I ain't got no time to play... Supporting Member

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    Please someone else buy this! I am having a GAS relapse!
  10. Gecko 5

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    The color on this bass is AMAZING!!
    Ocean Turquoise Metallic is a VERY under rated color.
    Kinda between Lake Placid Blue and Sherwood Green
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    what kind of finish on the neck. Tks
  12. 4Mal

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    I believe it is nitro. It has that feel to it to me. It has a vintage tint. Very nice looking and feeling neck. He neck also came from the GfS here a long time back. I was going to mount it on my Barker but decided to leave that bass more or less stock.

    I figured Lee would come after me if he got wind of a Fender Decal on my Brio :) he lives way too close by for me to take that chance and he bears an uncanny resemblance to the hangin' judge....
  13. LennyJ

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    I'll take the neck - PM sent.
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    Interested in a micromark bass amp for the entire bass?
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    The neck is paid and heading to GA!
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    Parting out the body shortly...

    Loaded body is $200 shipped conus

    If you want the whole enchilada, now is the time...

    Per part pricing will be a higher as there is freight on each and every box...

    Sill interested in some of the trades I listed above. A Shure Beta 87 would get my attention!
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    Body is paid and shipped

    Game over... Thanks fer playin!

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