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SOLD FS: Warmoth P/J with Jazz neck and Barts

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by soholounge, May 5, 2010.


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  1. soholounge

    soholounge

    Aug 11, 2004
    Colorado
    I love this bass and it's been my main go-to axe for the past 6 months (ever since i got it from JoshB) but suddenly i'm playing guitar almost exclusively (hey, don't hate - the babies leave very little time for music these days and i gotta utilize whatever instrument can get me some quality playing time!!!).
    If I didn't need the cash (and some guitar pedals), I really wouldn't sell this thing. It plays and sounds GREAT.
    The neck is a jazz neck and it's got the most amazing birdseye happening, and plays super smooth and fast.

    $650 with a minty Fender hard-foam case. Just like this one: http://www.wholenote.com/item--EM.099-6160-406
    Shipping extra, depending on where you are.

    I might be open to partial trades for Guitar effects + cash.

    Here's the info from JoshB's original post:

    Killer electronics package: Delano P/J pickups with Bart NTBT 2-band (set up V/V/stacked bass/treble). Very full, clear, and round with lots of flexibility.

    Gorgeous bird's eye maple Jazz neck with Ebony board. It is well broken in and very comfy. The finish is broken in and the back of the neck is smooth as glass.

    All black Schaller hardware.
    Alder body with tort pickguard.

    20 years old (not the pick ups) so it's settled very well.

    By my calculations this bass would run you over $1200 to build today.

    Good amount of honest player wear, but only cosmetic, no issues. Some chips thru the wood on the front from playing with a pick. Everything works well, neck is true, truss rod turns both ways, sounds amazing. The wear is in all the right places to make this bass very comfortable to play. No nicks or scratches on the back of the neck.

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  2. soholounge

    soholounge

    Aug 11, 2004
    Colorado
    bump
     
  3. P or J neck profile?
    Crap...maybe I should just read the title a little better!!! LOL!
     
  4. You have a PM!
     
  5. soholounge

    soholounge

    Aug 11, 2004
    Colorado
    MikeBass: i probably shoulda put the info in the post itself also though!
    :)
     
  6. soholounge

    soholounge

    Aug 11, 2004
    Colorado
    SOLD.
    thanks GR!
     

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