SOLD Schecter Model T

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  1. camardelle

    camardelle Supporting Member

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    Just picked this up last weekend in a trade and since I already have two P/J basses this one has to go. Basslines stock with this bass, and a set of Ernie Ball flats give the bass a nice sound, and the precision neck gives your fingers a little wiggle room.

    Asking [DEL]$400[/DEL] $350 plus shipping to your door, packed to within an inch of its life. Paypal preferred. Here's a couple pics. It's in like new condition I think.

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    Great big Model T bump.
     
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    Are you interested in trades?
     
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    I picked up a P body earlier today so I need to move this. I'm dropping the price to $350 shipped to the lower 48 via paypal. Thanks!
     
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    Big Schecter Model T bump!!
     
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    Sorry for the same old Lame old question but is this 1.5" wide at the nut? It looks a little wider...
     
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    It's a precision neck. I think the website has it at 1.625" but I'll double check in a bit. Thanks!
     
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    I believe that nut should be 1.496”
     
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    You are correct elbasso. I'll get a weight on it tonight but bit feels lighter than my Fender p/j.
     
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    I thought it was a little wide for 1.5" despite what the site says. Here's a pic of the neck with a tape for you to see.

    Weight is just a tad over 9 pounds.


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    Do the Model Ts have the string thru/top loading bridge? I've had my eye on one of these for a while now.
     
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    If you mean through the body, then no. The strings pass through the bottom of the bridge like other typical setups. It is a nice bass.
     
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    Sold and colosed. Thanks Denny!!
     

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