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SOLD G&L M2500 and Carvin LB76 Both in Exc Cond Trade both for Birdsong Or Landing

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by innersmile111, May 17, 2017.

  1. innersmile111


    Jun 9, 2014
    For Trade

    G&L M2500 USA Tobacco burst
    Swamp ash with rosewood fretboard
    barely used made in 2012 but sold in 2015 NOS
    All docs will be provided
    Neck is quarter sawn but does not state that on docs..see photos
    has TI Jazz on it ($80 strings)
    bath scale 8.5lbs feels fairly light for a 5er

    one small finish scratch does not appear to go through the finish to wood and light scratch on neck that is not really visible but i took pic of it see photos
    huge fat sound and very balanced through out. action is low and fast super easy to play. I am the 2nd owner and the original owner stated that this was the best sounding M2500 he as ever heard or owned.

    2013 Carvin LB76 USA
    5 piece maple/walnut neck
    active/passive 18v electronics
    stacked humbuckers
    tung oil finish
    has TI Jazz on it ($100 strings)
    Stainless jumbo frets with no wear
    Ebony fretboard
    Walnut wings
    9.5 lbs bath scale
    mint hard shell case

    I love the sound of this, very balanced can do thick big tones to piano like chords...SOOOO easy to play action is perfect, almost no pressure required.
    great condition with some light marks here and there but barely visible

    I am trading only because of an injury and need a short scale bass. Ideally would love to trade for a Birdsong CBass in good condition that weighs under 7lbs or similar Landing 30" short scale or the like.

    Both of these basses sound amazing.

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    Last edited: May 19, 2017
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  2. innersmile111


    Jun 9, 2014
    just going to sell seperately

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