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No longer available Ash Instruments Singulus 5 String Singlecut Bass Guitar

Discussion in 'For Sale: Europe & International' started by Ujinman, Sep 29, 2017.

  1. Ujinman


    Sep 26, 2017
    Moscow, Russia
    Currency (EU and Intl):
    My Location:
    Russian Federation
    Ships to::
    • Worldwide
    • United States
    Up for sale is a gorgeous singlecut bass. Looks feels and plays amazing. The bass is in brand new condition

    S/N 170803
    Model: Singulus SC
    Scale Length: 34"
    Number of Strings: 5 (19.0mm Spacing)
    Number of Frets: 24
    Frets: Jescar FW55090 Stainless Steel
    FB Radius: 20
    Nut: Bone
    Body Wood: Movingui
    Top Wood: Zebrawood
    Neck Wood: 5-pc Padauk/Maple
    FB Wood: Padauk
    Construction: Set
    Hardware color: Black
    Tuners: Gotoh
    Bridge: Hipshot
    Pickups: Nordstrand
    Preamp: Bartolini
    Knobs: Ebony
    Controls: Volume / Blend / Treble/ Mid/ Bass
    Mid pot is push/pull for Midrange frequency selection.
    Switching: 1.Active/Passive 2.Humb/Coils
    Finish: Frosted Transparent
    Hard case
    Weight 8.5 Ibs

    Free worldwide shipping

    Please let me know if you have any questions

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    Last edited: Oct 1, 2017
  2. bearhart74

    bearhart74 Supporting Member

    Feb 26, 2009
    Kind of Skjoldish.
    Jescar Stainless steel?
    Stainless is just stainless.
    If it was a proprietary SS alloy it would be Jescar Stainless SteelⓇ.
  3. Ujinman


    Sep 26, 2017
    Moscow, Russia
    Jescar Fret Wire 55090 | Jescar | Jescar
  4. Ujinman


    Sep 26, 2017
    Moscow, Russia
    Price reduced to $2200
  5. bearhart74

    bearhart74 Supporting Member

    Feb 26, 2009
    My point was that the SS alloy if proprietary and patented/copyrighted or otherwise owned by Jescar would be defined as such in the stainless alloy catalogs. Someone could go to a SS vendor and order a crapload of Jescar Stainless and make whatever they wanted from it. It is not a proprietary SS alloy so should not be described as Jescar Stainless Steel. Guess its me paying too much attention to the details. Your post is not fraudulent or misleading

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