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RBass SC6

Discussion in 'For Sale: Europe & International' started by vilkai, Nov 17, 2012.

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  1. vilkai

    vilkai Supporting Member

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    Another Foderaesque bass. Sounds a lot like a bolt-on imperial with bartolinis. As such, it has great sustain and depth, so not like a jazz bass bolt-on. This is a VERY good bass, but not enough space, and I'm trying to do the Marcus thing.

    Very, VERY, comfy maple neck with birdseye maple fretboard. White mahogany body with mahogany accent, burled walnut top. About the only neck that (FOR ME) legitimately beats MTD necks or the one Fodera neck I've had.

    Custom 18v Bartolini 3-band pre with mid switch and kill switches. Birdseye maple pickup covers with matching knobs. Weighs about 9 lbs. Compound radius, 24 fret, 34" scale. Abalone Rbass logo and side (neck) position markers. Has Hipshot hardware with an adjustable bridge which is currently set @18ish mm, does something like 17.5-18.5 mm. Comes with a custom-made maple ramp.

    Traded pending


    More pics at


    Here's a previous owner demoing some tones:
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