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FS: 2010 Nash PB-63 Olympic White

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by PinkTelephone, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. Looking to sell my 2010 Nash PB-63 in Olympic White. I bought the bass brand new from Chicago Music Exchange in March 2011. The bass has what I would consider a light relic job on it. Very nice, smooth, well worn in neck. The bass really sounds awesome and plays as well as any other bass I've own. Nice P bass tone you'd expect but the Lollar pick-ups in this really are something else.

    It's got some chips and wear from the factory obviously but the bass is in the same exact condition as when I bought it. I used it briefly in a few practices for a band that never went anywhere. I never played out with the bass, just used it at home and practice. The bass is kept in the case at all times when it is not being played. Overall, just a really nice vintage style bass without the vintage price tag.

    Hardshell case included, as well as the price tags if you would like them.

    I'll looking to get $1350 shipped from Chicago or $1300 local pick up. Offers are welcome, worse I can say is no.
    No Trades right now, unless of the off chance you have a Les Paul custom or reissue (obviously with some money on my end).

    Pictures: New! Updated!

  2. the art guy

    the art guy Supporting Member

    Jun 19, 2008
    I'd be happy to take the body off your hands if you were interested in parting it out...
  3. Appreciate it but ill try and sell it whole for now.
  4. el basso

    el basso Supporting Member

    don't you DARE part that thing out!
  5. Haha, I'm not planning to.

    Bump for a new price and a possible trade.
  6. Deepwoods

    Deepwoods Supporting Member

    Dec 5, 2003
    St. Louis
    Do you have the weight and nut width? Nice bass!
  7. el basso

    el basso Supporting Member

    for fun, I'm going to guess: 1.62" on the nut; 9 lbs even

  8. I believe it is 1.62 but ill have to double check. As for the weight, I don't have a scale but it's not too bad. I'd guess less than 10lbs, but in the 9lb range.
  9. el basso

    el basso Supporting Member

    dammit! i've only got a grand :crying:

  10. speyer

    speyer Supporting Member

    What's the body wood? Alder I suppose? Been thinking about picking up a 4 banger recently... hmmmm
  11. Yes it's an alder body. You should definitely pick up a 4 string, preferably this one haha.

    Just save a little more!
  12. tomydacat

    tomydacat Supporting Member

    Jul 14, 2009
  13. SoLongJake

    SoLongJake Supporting Member

    Jul 1, 2007
    Des Moines, Iowa
    I've just picked up a nearly identical pb-63 with a tort pickguard, and would prefer the mint one, if whoever picks this one up is interested in a trade, PM me! Free bump for a gorgeous bass!
  14. 57pbass

    57pbass Supporting Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Bayside, New York
    Nash...great basses.....
  15. el basso

    el basso Supporting Member

    i've still got a grand... :hyper:
  16. Thanks!

    PM sent.

    3,800 views! need some more offers! price is negotiable!
  17. Bump
  18. NeckPickup

    NeckPickup Supporting Member

    Jun 19, 2011
    Boca Raton, FL
    Just looked at the Nash site - funny dog posing with the two guitars on the main page. Anyway he says the P basses have a nut width of 1 11/16 " with a medium C shape profile and yes a 10" radius. Great looking Oly White one you've go there.
  19. christoff_reid


    May 22, 2013
    Hi, do you still have the bass and would you consider shipping it to the UK? I'm new on here but not a scammer... HONEST! In fact it was your Nash bass that made me sign up to talkbass. They're very hard to get over here. Thanks.
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