WASHBURN SERIES 1000 STATUS HEADLESS w/OHSC

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Hemitom, Jul 21, 2007.


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  1. Hemitom

    Hemitom

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    Near mint condition 4 string Washburn Status Series 1000 headless Bass Model S70.
    $650 shipped in North America.Can use double ball or standard bass strings.Status electronics and Jazz pickups.No issues.Great bottom end growl with these pickups.Weights in at 9.00 lbs.Trade wise Musicman Stingray/Sterling SUB or Ibanez Musician or Roadster( 2X2 headstock)
  2. Hemitom

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    Bump with pics
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  3. Hemitom

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    PRICE DROP $625 SHIPPED/INSURED IN NORTH AMERICA
  4. Hemitom

    Hemitom

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    Bump
    A few bites but still for sale.
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  6. zadillo

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    Just curious, how do these Washburn Status basses relate to the UK Status basses? Is it something where like Washburn licensed the design and made their own versions in the US, but still using the Status-Graphite hardware, etc.?

    EDIT: Duh, should have read the catalogue scan from your original post. Explains it all. Thanks...:)
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  8. Hemitom

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    SOLD pending payment from spcmstrbtasp
    Thanks everyone for all the trade offers.
  9. RobertUI

    RobertUI Thumper Supporting Member

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    rats ... missed it by "this" much ...

    congrats on the sale, i hope i get a chance to pick one of these up, i understand that hey are VERY close to the "real" thing

    robert

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