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SOLD Beautiful Stambaugh Bass - Lane Poor Pickups - Neck Through - Flamed Maple and Lacewood

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by ryan morris, Aug 9, 2016.


  1. ryan morris

    ryan morris

    Sep 11, 2000
    Chicago, IL
    Price:
    950
    Strings:
    4
    Location:
    Colorado
    This is a pretty sweet Stambaugh bass from '98. Flamed Maple top, lacewood back. The craftsmanship is rad. Not only does this beautiful bass feel amazing, but it's loaded with original Lane Poor pickups from '97. These are pretty unique, sound great, and could fetch a pretty penny.

    Lane Poor M4.0N (neck)
    Single Coil, Narrow Aperture

    Lane Poor M4.0SP (bridge)
    Split Coil Humbucker
    These were eventually named the M4.0hbsc


    Wired passive. Volume, volume, tone. Hipshot Ultralite tuners, Hipshot Kickass bridge. Comes with a Kaces soft/hard case.

    34" scale
    18mm spacing
    Zero Fret - 1 5/8" (1.625")
    8.07lbs

    This bass is pretty rad but I just found out I'll be moving back to Chicago and need to scrape some cash together for a moving truck. When I get settled in I'll primarily be looking to grab a cheap bass that I can put a Novak Darkstar in. So, If you want to trade up with some cash (at least $600), I could be pretty receptive to that.

    I just cleaned and polished the bass and it's looking and feeling pretty sharp.

    $950 Shipped ConUS

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    Last edited: Aug 9, 2016
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  2. ryan morris

    ryan morris

    Sep 11, 2000
    Chicago, IL
    Some super quick sound clips. Info in each one.

    Action is a bit low. I usually dig that grittier kind of tone and digging in. If my tools weren't packed up I'd loosen the truss rod a hair and give some new samples, but I have no idea which box my longer allen wrenches are in, and I really can't start unpacking everything right now.

    I also usually roll back tone to about 75% for my personal taste, but I didn't record any samples like that.. Maybe later..


     
    Last edited: Aug 9, 2016
  3. WR Jacobs

    WR Jacobs Supporting Member

    Oct 15, 2015
    Where are you in col
     
  4. ryan morris

    ryan morris

    Sep 11, 2000
    Chicago, IL
    I'm in Denver. Capitol Hill
     
  5. WR Jacobs

    WR Jacobs Supporting Member

    Oct 15, 2015
    Where r u in co? I have a Chris Aiken Fender Squier 2015 which I added a Vol/tone knob for trade...plus$...interested?
     
  6. WR Jacobs

    WR Jacobs Supporting Member

    Oct 15, 2015
    Trade interest? Plus $
     
  7. JCooper

    JCooper ...meep.

    Oct 21, 2009
    Vermont
    That is SO tasty lookin'….really nice pics.
    I wish I could, glwts.
     
  8. ryan morris

    ryan morris

    Sep 11, 2000
    Chicago, IL
    JCooper, thanks. This bass photographs super easy. It's hard to take a bad one of it. Ha.
     

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