SOLD $500 Warmoth Deluxe P5 Jazz Headless 5 String Bass 7.25 Lbs! Gruv Gear Gigblade

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Thud Staff, Sep 5, 2019.

  1. Thud Staff

    Thud Staff Supporting Member

    Jan 2, 2017
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    Shoot me an offer! Price is shipped to lower 48. Add $50 for HI, AK and PR. Sorry, no international shipping.

    Warmoth Deluxe Precision 5 with Jazz Pickups. This is a cool headless bass I wanted sooooo bad, that I talked the guy into selling it to me. Turns out, I prefer short scale 4’s.

    Great player, with low action and not a dead spot in sight! Super bass neck construction from Warmoth really helps, and the headless virtually eliminates it.

    • Deluxe 5 P body, swamp ash: finished with several coats of semi-gloss poly (rattle can), contoured heel
    • Maple on maple neck, black Tusq nut: 1-3/4” width. Neck is finished with gun stock oil. Feels silky smooth (and unfinished, if you didn’t know better!)
    • 22, Dunlop 6150 frets: no wear
    • Nova Headless bridge system : 18mm string spacing, aluminum base and headpiece, brass saddle pieces, thrust bearings for long life.
    • Duncan Hot Stack 5 Jazz Pickups: these are custom. 15.4 kOhm neck, 16.9kOhm bridge
    • Single volume with 3 way pickup switch and output jack
    • Oversized strap buttons
    • Currently strung with D’Addario Nickel Wound 130-45
    • Gruv Gear Gigblade semi-rigid gigbag to keep it safe during shipping and to/from the gig.
    Obviously, this is a ‘modified application’ of a headless system on this bass. It’s a solid and well playing bass. Just no longer what I am looking to keep.

    I ship quickly and safely. Prefer PayPal, but can discuss other forms of payment, if you like.

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    Last edited: Sep 5, 2019
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  2. Hans Gruber

    Hans Gruber Supporting Member

    Jun 18, 2003
    Dang, that thing represents pretty much everything about me. I have the same Sadowsky specs with wood, black hardware, finish, etc. But the weight, and super simple minimalist electronics. And price?

  3. Thud Staff

    Thud Staff Supporting Member

    Jan 2, 2017
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    Yep...all those aspects are what drew me to it...
  4. Thud Staff

    Thud Staff Supporting Member

    Jan 2, 2017
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