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Warmoth Musikraft Parts Bass — Willing to Part Out

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by backtobass, Dec 22, 2013.


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  1. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
    I have this up as a whole too, but figured its worth parting out. Its all good quality stuff.

    [DEL]Alder Warmoth Body — Seafoam Green - $200[/DEL] ***Body Sold***
    [DEL]Seymour-Duncan Quarter Pound Pickups — $50 [/DEL] ***Pickups Sold***
    ***Pickguard Sold***
    Hipshot A-Style Bridge Brass (has some chroming imperfections) — $60
    Fender Neck Plate — $10
    Loaded Wenge Musikraft Jazz Neck including Gotoh tuners w/ Xtender (Will strip headstock at your request) — $250

    Will ship CONUS.

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  2. bassdude51

    bassdude51

    Nov 1, 2008
    Central Ohio
    Tremendously cool bass! The headstock and pickguard are awesome!

    OK, the body. What is it's condition? and do you know the weight of the Warmoth body unloaded? (Warmoth bodies range from 4 lbs to 6 lbs.)
     
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  4. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
    Thanks, It was a cool concept. I will get back about the body weight. I think its 5.6, but I will either weigh it or I think I still have the paper work on it.

    If you like the pickguard, I'd sell the body loaded with the pickguard, Quarter Pounders and the greasebucket electronics (came from a Fender Highway 1) for $280. With the Hipshot bridge for $325.
     
  5. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
    Oh yeah, no scratches on the body, but there is a tiny (and by tiny I mean TINY!) chip where the neck seats. I'll try to have a pic this afternoon.
     
  6. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
    the weight by bathroom scale is 5.4 lbs. Attached are some pics of the only imperfections. You can see that the cavities are all shielded. [​IMG][/URL][/IMG]

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  7. brstma

    brstma Supporting Member

    Nov 20, 2008
    Florida
    What a cool fretboard :cool:
     
  8. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
    Thanks. It was a fun bass to assemble. I guess this counts as my Christmas Bump.
     
  9. cyco739z

    cyco739z

    Mar 25, 2013
    Boston
    Disclosures:
    Boston Ma.
    Would you sell just the pick guard?
     
  10. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
    Yeah, I guess. $25 including shipping to Boston, right?
     
  11. cyco739z

    cyco739z

    Mar 25, 2013
    Boston
    Disclosures:
    Boston Ma.
    Sounds good. Please msg me your PayPal address. I will pay & respond with the shipping address. THANKS!
     
  12. I'm interested in the pups and electronics, it's all I'm missing for my current build.
     
  13. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
    Do you need the knobs too?
     
  14. I hadn't thought that far ahead, but yeah I could use the knobs.
    I'll send you a PM
     
  15. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
  16. backtobass

    backtobass

    Jul 20, 2010
    Rockville, MD
    Well, I've sold a lot of this stuff, and at this point I think I'm going to open another thread to list it with some other parts. Keep on the look out if something interests you.
     



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