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SOLD Rare Early 90s Fujigen Fender MB 5(Heartfield era)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by bassman28, Dec 17, 2012.


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  1. bassman28

    bassman28 Supporting Member

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    Rare black Japan made early 90s Fender MB 5 five string super slim maple neck rosewood fretboard from the Heartfield line..Bass is in excellent shape with 2 passive jazz pickups.Sounds and plays awesome,think 7.5 lb Jazz.$275.00 shipped with gig bag (west coast add $15) Thanks
    AND SOLD!!!!!!
     
  2. R&B

    R&B Both kinds of music: y'know, rhythm AND blues! Supporting Member

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    Hi, cool bass. Do you know weight and nut width?
     
  3. shrigg

    shrigg Supporting Member

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    Also what is the string spacing at the bridge?
     
  4. rojo412

    rojo412 MARK IT ZERO! Supporting Member

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    Cool! And a killer deal.
     
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  6. bassman28

    bassman28 Supporting Member

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    7.5 lbs. 1 3/4" nut. 5/8" string spacing
     
  7. bassman28

    bassman28 Supporting Member

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    Bump for a rare Fujigen Fender passive bass.
     
  8. bassman28

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