Bartolini NTMB 3-band preamp

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  1. Joe BassPlayer

    Joe BassPlayer Supporting Member

    Aug 18, 2002
    Georgia
    Bartolini NTMB 3-band on-board preamp

    This one came out of a fairly new Warrior DM6 bass. It's in good working order and fully wired ....except Warrior cut the GRN wire that typically goes to the gain trim pot off to accommodate their unique wiring ("Sparkle Circuit"). It can either be wired back to the Warrior wiring or you might be able to dig enough of the GRN wire out of the epoxied module to make a connect. You can also use it like it is but it would have a fairly high gain.

    $60.00 shipped 48 States

    PayPal accepted
     
  2. fruitlabor

    fruitlabor Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2007
    pics?
     
  3. Joe BassPlayer

    Joe BassPlayer Supporting Member

    Aug 18, 2002
    Georgia
    PM's replied to.

    The preamp is a 4-pot pre-wired with vol, blend, mid, bass/treble (concentric pot) and 3-way mid switch.

    It was pending sold but the buyer never sent the funds.

    Still available......
     
  4. So (stating the probably obvious, here...), 2 pickup/4 knob/1 switch?
     
  5. Joe BassPlayer

    Joe BassPlayer Supporting Member

    Aug 18, 2002
    Georgia
    Yes.
     
  6. Joe BassPlayer

    Joe BassPlayer Supporting Member

    Aug 18, 2002
    Georgia
    Here's some pictures .......


    Basically it's wired except for the trim pot that goes inside the cavity, the output jack & one battery connector.
    The only knobs that it comes with are the plastic ones that come from Bart (with the preamp) for the concentric bass/treble pot.

    Again, this preamp came out of a fairly new Warrior DM6 bass. It's in good working order except Warrior cut the GRN wire that typically goes to the gain trim pot off to accommodate their unique wiring ("Sparkle Circuit"). It can either be wired back to the Warrior wiring (although I do not have the trim pots) or you might be able to dig enough of the GRN wire out of the epoxied module to make a connect. You can also use it like it is but it would have a fairly high gain.
     
  7. fruitlabor

    fruitlabor Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2007
    Paypal on the way! :)
     
  8. Joe BassPlayer

    Joe BassPlayer Supporting Member

    Aug 18, 2002
    Georgia
    Thanks Jerome!

    Have blessed evening!
     

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