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US Peavey Millennium 4 Near Mint!!!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by gard0300, Mar 15, 2014.


  1. gard0300

    gard0300 Supporting Member

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    Up for sale is my practically mint condition gold sparkle Peavey Millennium USA 4 string. This bass has no scratches, no dings, no chips, no hazing, etc. Cosmetically it's a 10!!!! All of the electronics (18v) work and sounds phenomenal. 21 Fret Pau Ferro fretboard original Hipshot bridge and original tuners. 35" Scale.
    There was one problem that has been professionally fixed by Luthier and TBer Justin Kennedy. The neck had a "hump" right around the 2 through 4 frets. It's was mainly around the E and A string side. We talked and decided the best way to correctly fix the issue was to put the bass in a jig and re-level the neck. As opposed to just leveling the frets, which we decided was not the proper fix for this bass. If you look in the picture, you can literally see the portion that was leveled.
    After all of Justin's hard work she looks and ImageUploadedByTalkBass1394917180.590061.jpg ImageUploadedByTalkBass1394917193.672287.jpg ImageUploadedByTalkBass1394917205.323442.jpg plays great now. She has been set up for standard tuning, low action with no buzz.
    I have no hard case, but I will ship in older gig bag for added protection. Asking 475.00 shipped CONUS or best offer. Sorry no trades.
  2. gard0300

    gard0300 Supporting Member

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  3. gard0300

    gard0300 Supporting Member

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  4. gard0300

    gard0300 Supporting Member

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    Bump Hump
  5. warrplayer

    warrplayer

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    So, just to be clear, you shaved down the fingerboard? You didn't remove the fingerboard and shave the actual neck. Is that correct?
  6. gard0300

    gard0300 Supporting Member

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    Fingerboard only. Removed the frets and luckily was able to reinstall them afterwards. Sorry for any confusion.

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