Aria Pro Two RSB Straycat bass ..?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by demolition, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. demolition

    demolition Guest

    Jul 5, 2003
    Today i cam across an 86-87 Aria pro two RSB straycat bass,its in good condition and not overplayed(worn neck/frett wear).
    It has a music man style humbucking p-up,its one piece but its pole pieces are staggered like on a p-bass p-up(2 for E&A and 2 for D&G)and non-active as well.
    I did a search already and found nothing pertaining to this exact bass,its in good condition(7.5 out of 10)and is only 50.00 $.
    I know its a low end bass but it looks like a cool addition to the collection,I think its japanese made judging by its craftsmanship,though its nothing to write home about its cool non-the less.
    Does anyone have any info about this bass ? like where it was made for certain ? original cost ? ETC, I cant imagine passing it up for any reasons other than it being made of a composite wood(particle or plywood)or it does'nt work(i have'nt plugged it into my amp but will today)
    So any info will be great. THANKS
  2. Planet Boulder

    Planet Boulder Hey, this is a private

    Nov 10, 2001
    6,482 feet above sea level
    I once had impure thoughts. Oh, and I pluck my ear hair.
    Those Cat basses were average, at best, for that time period. There was a lot of CRAP being made during those hair metal years, but I seem to recall that the Aria Cats weren't that bad. i actually worked in a music store at that time that sold Arias.

    But hey - it's 50 bucks!! What do you have to lose? Just buy it and play it. If you don't like it, rip it apart and customize the hell out of it.