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Danelectro Dano-blaster FS (only)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by spike42, Nov 5, 2010.

  1. spike42

    spike42 Supporting Member

    Oct 21, 2007
    I got this Danelectro Dano-blaster from the local
    Daddy's awhile back. It's a discontinued Korean-made
    model. These always get good reviews, if you search
    the web. Very much a strong P-bass sound (no
    lipstick tubes here) and nice to play - light and well
    balanced, with a 34" scale neck. Blue sparkle finish.

    The bass has definitely been played. I cleaned it up,
    took the neck off and made sure the truss rod works
    (yup, it's got one). I strung it with a nicely-broken-in
    set of TI flats from my stash, and was able to get a nice
    low action. I plugged one very small hole where a
    previous owner had put a thumbrest. Just a toothpick
    and some black marker was all it took; it's pretty
    much lost in the sparkle finish but it's still there. I
    didn't buy this bass to admire, I bought it to play so
    it didn't bother me. There's also a couple edge clunks
    on the bottom/rear.

    One more disclosure - the built-in chorus does not work.
    I have never investigated why, since I've always considered
    that to be a gimick anyway. If I want chorus, I'll buy a

    All that said, a very nice bass to play - I bought it for
    a backup bass, but found myself using it quite a bit more
    as primary. I'm looking for $200 shipped/lower 48, with
    Paypal being preferred. Only selling because I have my
    eye on something else, so no trade offers on this one please.

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  2. ric stave

    ric stave

    May 6, 2006
    Buffalo, NY
    Nice basses - I owned one for a while, maybe 4 years ago - the chorus worked in mine, and was kinda cool (no controls, just on/off). I replaced the pickup in mine with a SD Quarter Pounder, the stock one sounded fine, but I wanted to experiment.

    Mine had a different name, though - (I can't remember what right now..) Were these sold under a different name than 'Dano Blaster'?
  3. ric stave

    ric stave

    May 6, 2006
    Buffalo, NY
    "Rumor" - that was what mine was called, but was essentially the exact same thing as yours.
  4. spike42

    spike42 Supporting Member

    Oct 21, 2007
    PMs responded, thanks.
  5. spike42

    spike42 Supporting Member

    Oct 21, 2007
    One pre-ebay price drop to $180 delivered.

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