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Sadowsky NYC PJ5

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Bass7755, Oct 15, 2013.


  1. Bass7755

    Bass7755 Supporting Member

    Oct 27, 2000
    Roanoke, Va.
    This is an older PJ5 serial number - 4288
    Ash body - '59 Burst
    Maple Finger Board
    Tort Guard

    3100.00 + shipping - no trades

    I purchased this from Brian at the Lowend in January.
    When I got the bass it was a little bit of a mess. After a
    good cleaning it looked pretty good and sounded awesome.

    One of the control knobs is stuck out of the normal position.
    I tried to get the knob off but it's stuck and I didn't want to
    pull to hard and break the pot. But everything works
    perfectly. The pick guard screws are a little rusty.
    There are a couple of stains on the neck and there is some
    pretty good headstock rash. The bass has low action with
    no fret buzz. The body is in very good shape. There are
    only a couple of very small dings and minor scratches.

    I'm having trouble with my Supporting Membership and
    have sent TB message. As soon as I get that straight I'll
    post more pics.

    Thanks for looking!
    Dan
     

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  2. Bump! For great bass, I wish I could afford... GLWS!
     
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  4. madbassplaya

    madbassplaya

    Dec 28, 2007
    Pm'd. I've got a friend who will take it.
     
  5. Bass7755

    Bass7755 Supporting Member

    Oct 27, 2000
    Roanoke, Va.
    Sold pending payment.
    Dan
     



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