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SOLD Fretless jazz bass. Block/bound neck. Gold hardware. Unique

Discussion in 'For Sale: Europe & International' started by eubassix, Nov 3, 2017.

  1. eubassix

    eubassix Supporting Member

    Jan 17, 2004
    Teesside, UK
    Currency (EU and Intl):
    • Y
    My Location:
    United Kingdom
    Ships to::
    • Worldwide
    • United States
    Specs:- Squier agathis body, walnut satin finish - All gold, Wilkinson hardware (new) - 2 Nordstrand Big Splits pickups. - Maple neck with rosewood fretboard, blocks and binding. Originally fretted; good defret job. Bass is in good condition (some superficial scratches to the body) and neck, truss rod etc. MVC-008S.JPG MVC-040S.JPG MVC-011S.JPG MVC-017S.JPG MVC-014S.JPG MVC-016S.JPG MVC-020S.JPG MVC-022S.JPG fine. I've made a number of changes, fitted new strings, completed a set-up etc. and the bass is somewhat transformed. Hardware was 'originally' a mix of chrome/black and there were a few cosmetic issues (photos available): screw holes from previous owner fitting a pickguard at one time and a missing battery compartment cover (body presumably from an active bass). I've countersunk the holes and fitted 'flush' gold p/guard screws (I could also include either a gold or wooden thumb-rest which might be shown n the photos - but I havent drilled for the additional screw). The broken battery compartment (rear) has been replaced with a new/complete (and wired - so it could be 'activated' - the wire channel is there to the bell-plate) and original Gotoh battery box. Fender 70's logo added. New strings are D'Addario half-rounds (ENR70's 40-95) which provide and exceptional FL sound and smoother yet brighter feel. comes with a generic, simple gig-bag. (Hard case could be available; additionally as per the thumb-rest, and the black/F VVT knobs could be replaced with gold).

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