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SOLD 2009 Surf Green Mike Lull P5 $1750

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Neon Scribe, Oct 1, 2013.


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  1. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    It pains me to sell this, but I've come to the conclusion that I'm much better off with a 34" scale than a 35" scale. This bass is just so nice! It's currently strung with TI Jazz Flats and has the perfect vintage P-bass sound. The action is incredible all up and down the neck. Swamp ash body, rosewood fretboard. A few small (2mm or so) chips on the body, otherwise it looks brand new. Beautiful nearly-new tweed G&G case with red lining. It does have a slight dead spot on the high D (7th fret G string), but nobody's noticed it but me. My bathroom scale says 7.4 pounds. $1750 shipped from Seattle, CONUS only, Paypal only, or local pickup for cash.
    Lull+P5+Case.
    Lull+P5+Full.
    Lull+P5+Head.
    Lull+P5+Body+Front.
    Lull+P5+Body+Back.
     
  2. jaibeau

    jaibeau my fingers hurt Supporting Member

    Nov 12, 2006
    DALLAS
    Endorsing Artist:MIKE LULL / ERNIE BALL
    That's real bad ass and good price! Free bump-
     
  3. cubanz

    cubanz Supporting Member

    Nov 2, 2006
    Wisconsin
    Nice bass and I hear you on the 35" neck - had to give 'em up myself. And I keep seeing these Lulls and Modulus basses, like this one, that I'd love to have but I just can't do the 35" necks. Oh well, it helps minimize GAS. GLWTS.
     
  4. jebmd

    jebmd Supporting Member

    May 4, 2009
    Lothian, Maryland
    Bump
     
  5. That is really beautiful. I wish I had the cash, but I'll give you a bump.
     
  6. jebmd

    jebmd Supporting Member

    May 4, 2009
    Lothian, Maryland
    Are those TI Flats on there?
     
  7. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    Yes, those are TI Jazz Flats and they are perfect for this bass.
     
  8. MDFreeze

    MDFreeze

    Jan 27, 2009
    DFW, Texas
    Wish I could take this one too!
     
  9. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    This bass is beautiful! Low, perfect action, amazing tone with the TI Flats, super lightweight. Make me an offer!
     
  10. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    Bump.
     
  11. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    Possible deal?
     
  12. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    Bump.
     
  13. jobu3

    jobu3 Artist formerly known as Big Joe

    Feb 17, 2002
    Mountain Top, PA
    PM sent
     
  14. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    Bump.
     
  15. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    Bump.
     
  16. javadog

    javadog

    Mar 13, 2010
    OK, so what is the problem with the 35" scale basses? I thought there was only a slight difference in the distances between the frets, too small for anyone to notice.
     
  17. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    It amounts to about a 3% difference. That is small, but it is not too small to notice. At any rate, I do notice it.
     
  18. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    Bump.
     
  19. chadhargis

    chadhargis Jack of all grooves, master of none Supporting Member

    Jan 5, 2010
    Nashville, TN
    I have two 35" scales and two 34" scales and I can't notice any difference. I used to have a Kala U-Bass and it was 20" scale...no problems with it either.

    That said, I have massive hands and 5 strings with wide spacing and a 35" scale present no problems for me. I love my Laklands.
     
  20. Neon Scribe

    Neon Scribe Supporting Member

    Bump.
     

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