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Trade Feeler - One Seriously Wicked (and SUPER RARE) Ibanez!!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Rich L, Jul 16, 2011.


  1. Rich L

    Rich L Supporting Member

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    Here we have a stunning 1989 SOUNDGEAR SR2000EDB (see avatar). I've yet to see another like it anywhere! I've had SR1000s & a couple SR3000 Prestiges and this one kills them all!

    "Made @ FUJI GEN GAKKI, JAPAN"
    Neck thru, finished in a stunning Deep Blue finish, ebony fretboard, 34" scale, Gotoh GB7 tuners & HB bridge (very cool Kubicki like saddles & top load bridge design), EMG P & J pickups & 18v Preamp. Strung w/ DR HiBeam 40s. Plays like a dream and sounds absolutely amazing!

    My trade wish list includes:

    Ex-Factor - Pre or Post Fender or FCS, are all fine, any color.

    Road worn Jazz, American Jazz Deluxe, Boner Jazz or P-bass.

    Peavey B-Quad-4 - Any color and no mods please.

    Fender Urge - First generation only, any color considered.

    Warwick Fortress or Streamer 4 or 5 string - Any color or config, no Rockbass please.

    Conklin GT-7 - No fretless

    MM Bongo 4 or 5

    Some of these may require some coin on my end but am hoping to keep it as close to a head's up deal as possible. This bass is that nice....and again, extremely rare. Will consider other trades, including 5's & 6'ers (preferrably 19mm spacing), as well as trades plus cash on your end. Would consider another Ibanez, but only a 5 or 6 Prestige.

    Thanks for looking!

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  2. THORRR

    THORRR Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Trade for dead Presidents?

    How many?

    :cool:
  3. Rich L

    Rich L Supporting Member

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    Here are a couple more pics.

    Not looking to sell outright at this time, only a trade feeler.

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  4. Lazarus.Bird

    Lazarus.Bird Mr. Personality Supporting Member

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    Bump for an awesome bass. This thing is super cool!
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  6. Toptube

    Toptube

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    would you be willing to trade this for money?:bag:
  7. VeeSpade

    VeeSpade

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    Would you trade it with money
    :D
  8. Rich L

    Rich L Supporting Member

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    I guess it's good to know that if I were to decide to trade for $, there's more than a little interest :)

    Mainly looking for something along the lines of my "wish" list, but am open to other trades. Worst thing I can say is no....well, that's not the worst thing ;)

    Wanted to mention the bass is darker in person than it looks in photos. Comes with hard shell case. Plays like melted butter on a teflon skillet, action is ridiculously low. Here are a couple more pics.

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  9. HertzWhenIPlay

    HertzWhenIPlay Supporting Member

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    i have been gigging with ibanez basses for 20 years and
    must say this bass is a beauty!
    ...wish i had some trade bait!

    good luck.
  10. C5DEMON

    C5DEMON

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  11. Rich L

    Rich L Supporting Member

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  12. Standalone

    Standalone

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    that bridge is awesome. very cool ibanez.
  13. Rich L

    Rich L Supporting Member

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    Thanks! I've never seen one w/ this bridge before and haven't been able to find any info on them.
  14. ch112063

    ch112063

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    I love the finish. I generally play Ibanez, they are so nice to play and you get a good sound. I always had P basses. A 64, AND 65. A Rick with stereo wiring. A Hayman with a maple neck I was playing basses to buy one and loved the SoundGear. Now I'm using a SRX690EX. A neck-thru. I really love the bass but the body needs to be shaved up near the bottom of the neck. You cannot get to the higher frets unless you wrap around.It will be fine soon. I will certainly check around and get back to you if I find someone. Why are you trading such a beatiful bass?
  15. ampeglb100

    ampeglb100

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    PM sent.

    Andy
  16. joshmat

    joshmat Supporting Member

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    Free bump for Rich, he's a swell dude and has a pretty bass!
  17. bassfart

    bassfart Gold Supporting Member

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    Any interest in a Transparent Green G&L L1500. It's a single pickup design in the vain of a MusicMan.
  18. ampeglb100

    ampeglb100

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    Sell this to me, please.

    Andy
  19. IGotGas

    IGotGas Cajun Rocker

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    And you're SURE this baby does not have some sort of cash value that us po' foke' might be able to swing your way?? ;-)
  20. bommer

    bommer

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    free bump for a slick bass
  21. MarkA

    MarkA Registered Schmoozer. Supporting Member

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    This is a slick bass. If I were looking for a light, giggable funk-machine four banger (and if I had any of the owner's trade interests), I'd look at this. A lot of the Japanese-made stuff from that era is very nice indeed, and this one just screams... well, to be slapped. At least to me!

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