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Pre-wishbass Wishnevsky fretless

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by bourbonbass, Jun 27, 2013.

  1. For sale is my Wishnevsky fretless. This bass was made before Steve started the Wishbass name. It has all of the standard wishbass features, 5 piece neck thru body construction, no truss rod (doesn't need one, trust me), single pickup, volume knob only. If you know what a wishbass is, this bass is everything you'd expect.

    The mods i've done are as follows:

    I shortened the finger board, it just made the bass more comfortable for me to play.

    I put a standard seymour duncan jazz pickup in it

    The bass was originally finished with paste wax. i stripped it and refinished it with tung oil.

    $275 shipped to the continental US

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  2. 49sfine

    49sfine Supporting Member

    Apr 20, 2008
    Austin, Texas
    Sweet, the Mutant model ... More photos, perhaps?
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  4. here are a couple more pics. if there is a specific pic your looking for let me know.

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  5. I had some interest in this earlier this week, which made me realize i do need to sell it. It's a great bass, but i have a high dollar fretless 5, and i really can't justify keeping two fretless. So here's a very delayed BUMP.
  6. 34"? Would I be correct in guessing it sounds like a Jazz on the bridge pickup?
  7. 34" scale. It does have a jazz bridge tone, but it has a cool "earth" tone a little like an upright.
  8. groooooove

    groooooove Supporting Member

    Dec 17, 2008
    Long Island, NY
    looks like that pickup is placed a bit closer to the bridge than a standard jazz.

    i love wishbasses..

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