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FT/FS: EBMM SR4 HH Pacific Blue Burst

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by TWISTEDSTRINGS, Feb 4, 2013.



    Oct 13, 2012
    I think I`v decided to keep this bass but I really need to get rid of the rosewood board, I`m just not a rosewood guy. I would love for someone to either trade me their maple board neck for this or have a aftermarket neck built for this in trade. For the right person who can build or have a birds eye board neck built cheap(HA,HA) this could be a great deal. EBMM necks are impossible to find and I`m willing to give mine up for a custom/aftermarket ! This deal could save/make the right person a lot of money...
    Hey TBr`s, here is another bass from the Brooklyn fire escape.. This is my new 2012 EBMM SR4 in A1 FLAWLESS condition. There is not a ding, mark or scratch anywhere on this bass. She plays outstanding. Has that great StingRay voice ! Just bought a GK MB210 and it sounds amazing thru it. The neck is straight and the action is low. I love this bass to death but I made a mistake when I bought her, she should have been a 5. So that`s what I want in trade, a SR5 or I would consider a Fender American Dlx P/J 5 but I`m only looking at 5 strings right now. Throw any 5 string by me in that price range and we`ll see what happens or you can make me a cash offer (asking for a trade(cash a little lower) value of $1400+/-) because a fellow TBr and friend has put a hold on the sale of his SR5 to see if I can move my 4 first(thanks CElton). If you have any questions please let me know.. Shipped in the OHSC
  2. Xansky

    Xansky Supporting Member

    Aug 7, 2011
    Snohomish, WA
  3. OnTheRun77


    Jan 15, 2013
    Hey.....I know that firescape ...Bump.....


    Oct 13, 2012
    UP !
  5. SirRolfe


    Jun 18, 2011
    Ann Arbor MI
    Do you have a sale price?
  6. Skygoneblue


    Nov 13, 2007
    Orlando, FL
    The original post says he is asking for cash offers, but I suspect a moderator might frown upon that. If you are posting any kind of trade deal, you need to have a trade value in dollars posted. Asking for offers promotes an auction environment, which this is not. (That's what eBay is for.)
  7. SirRolfe


    Jun 18, 2011
    Ann Arbor MI
    I think if the OP makes it FT only, then no sale price is needed. But this one is FT/FS, so there should be a sale price.


    Oct 13, 2012
    Thanks for the input, corrections been made...


    Oct 13, 2012