SOLD $600 Shipped East Coast- Sire Marcus Miller V7 5 string Natural Ash

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by PraiseBassing, Mar 9, 2018.


  1. PraiseBassing

    PraiseBassing Supporting Member

    Mar 6, 2017
    California
    Price:
    $600
    Strings:
    5
    Location:
    California
    $600 Shipped East Coast, $580 Shipped West of Texas, $500 Local Pickup California Central Valley. Basically looking for $500 plus shipping. DFBF69B1-C5E5-4AB6-9A70-E828AECFA691.jpeg C9864C40-DDDD-4E94-AA07-8E046B8C042F.jpeg 31413A3D-1C14-4E2F-B3B1-150150DAD5AA.jpeg EBE07A7B-92C9-46DF-B2F1-C5BCCFC18E84.jpeg 0068A8C2-8809-4DE1-A69A-F2DE7AB2A1AD.jpeg 8DFC0F23-8104-46C6-BA97-7DE8600B300B.jpeg 81ED4199-5E9D-45C6-B57C-C45AE0169D0C.jpeg EA7BF0D5-2976-4121-B7EA-1493960366B9.jpeg CB2B45FD-5316-4C09-B332-38B1C31A10C6.jpeg Just like the title says. Down sizing and I have moved to 35” scale basses. I wish they made this with a 35” scale neck! It sounds amazing, plays great, feels great! It’s truly only the scale length that is making me move on. I have added Neo buttun magnets to the E, A, and D string poles. One magent per pole on E and D strings. Two magnets per pole on the A string. This has greatly brought more even string to string volume while only minorly affecting the tone of the bass. Slightly less mid scooped that only a small cut with the mid section of the eq puts right back in when you want it. The magnets are superglued to the pole peices. There is a small ding in the headstock, a ding by the output jack, and a few checks(?) in the clear I tried to capture in the pictures. Will ship with stock plastic knobs in Sire gig bag. I received it with no block cushion for the neck in the bag, so that’s how I will send it. I will make sure it is securely packed tho!

    I’ll add that I’m interested in 35” PJ’s, jazz, or dual/quad coil soapbars if anyone has something. However, I would greatly prefer to sell. I’ll hear offers tho.
     
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2018
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  2. Brother Goose

    Brother Goose The Process IS the Reward!

    Dec 4, 2013
    Syracuse NY
    God Is Love
    Gorgeous! Any warmoth gecko mm trade considerations?

    You know you want a 5 string 35" scale black bass....
     
  3. PraiseBassing

    PraiseBassing Supporting Member

    Mar 6, 2017
    California
    Brother,

    Thanks for the offer, but an MM style sound isn’t where I’m looking to go with my next bass. More toward either dual coil or quad coil Delano type of sound.

    Thank you for the offer tho!
     
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  4. Jable

    Jable

    Nov 6, 2017
    Are you the first owner? How often had this been used?
     
  5. PraiseBassing

    PraiseBassing Supporting Member

    Mar 6, 2017
    California
    I am the second owner(as far as I know), bought it last march. Original thread is SOLD - Sire V7 Ash body Looking at that thread, the zipper on one of the pockets needs to be realigned. I’m a hardcase guy so never used the gig bag.

    The first 3-4 months I played it every other week, but after that I was playing guitar instead of bass so it has sat in it’s case in my house.
     
  6. MarkM13

    MarkM13

    Mar 29, 2015
    CT - USA
    String spacing at the bridge?
     
  7. PraiseBassing

    PraiseBassing Supporting Member

    Mar 6, 2017
    California
    Mark,

    According to Sire’s F.A.Q. On their website it is just under 19mm.
     
  8. fritzk9

    fritzk9 Supporting Member

    May 11, 2005
    Indianapolis, IN
    Nice bass! Do you know its weight?
     
  9. PraiseBassing

    PraiseBassing Supporting Member

    Mar 6, 2017
    California
    Fritz,

    My digital scale reads just under 9.5 Lbs. so not the boat anchor these can be.

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  10. PraiseBassing

    PraiseBassing Supporting Member

    Mar 6, 2017
    California
    3673DF74-9B81-4724-A532-7A975B2CD0D5.jpeg Black plastic knobs are back on, it’s ready to go!
     
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