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SOLD [PRICE DROP] Musicman Cutlass Black/Rosewood

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by jsr914, Jul 30, 2018.

  1. Price:
    07F7146C-9668-465E-BBD3-EF17D23A4464. Musicman Cutlass Bass by Ernie Ball
    Black/Black on Rosewood
    Very good to excellent condition
    Set up with a New set of Cobalt flats
    Only signs of wear that I can find are pickmarks on the pickguard. See last photo
    Has Schaller strap locks installed. Comes with the originals.
    Comes with a Stingray hard case that fits pretty well. Case itself is in average physical condition with some scratches.
    Weighs 9.1 lbs. Balances nicely.

    I have 2 of these and they are awesome. No reason to have 2 so selling one and keeping the maple neck.

    Asking $1050 [final price drop from $1150] incl CONUS shipping. Local pickup in So Cal is fine. Only interested in trades for 4 string, classically styled (ie Jazz or Precision) basses such as vintage Fenders, Lull, Lakland etc. Cash up or down as needed. I am very picky about trades but feel free to send offers by private message and I will respond quickly.

    Here are the specs from Musicman.

    Specifications Cutlass Bass
    Model Cutlass Bass
    Size 13-7/16" wide x 1-5/8" thick x 45-3/8" long (34.1 cm wide, 4.1 cm thick, 115.3 cm long)
    Weight 9 lbs. 0 oz. (4.08 kg) - varies slightly
    Body Wood Alder (Classic Natural is Ash)
    Body Finish High gloss polyester
    Body Colors Black, White, Diamond Blue, Heritage Tobacco Burst
    Bridge Vintage Music Man® top loaded chrome plated, steel bridge plate with vintage nickel plated hollow steel saddles
    Pickguard Shell (Heritage Tobacco Burst); Parchment (Diamond Blue); Black (Black); Mint (White)
    Scale Length 34" (86.4 cm)
    Neck Radius 7.5" (19.1 cm)
    Headstock Size 9" (22.9 cm) long
    Frets 21 - High profile, narrow width
    Neck Width 1-5/8" (41.3 mm) at nut 2-15/32" (62.7 mm) at last fret
    Neck Wood Select maple neck
    Fingerboard Select maple or rosewood
    Fret Markers 5/16" Black or White dots
    Neck Finish Ultra-light satin polyurethane finish
    Neck Colors Natural aged yellow finish
    Tuning Machines Schaller BM, with tapered string posts
    Truss Rod Adjustable - no component or string removal
    Neck Attachment 5 bolts - perfect alignment with no shifting; Sculpted neck joint allows smooth access to higher frets
    Electronic Shielding Graphite acrylic resin coated body cavity and aluminum lined pickguard
    Controls 250kohm volume and tone - .1µF tone capacitor
    Pickups Music Man® offset humbucking
    Left Handed No
    Strings 45w-65w-80w-100w (Super Slinky Bass #2834)
    Last edited: Aug 3, 2018
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  3. Pick marks. They look worse in the photo. Gloss black is hard to photograph
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2018
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  4. TimBosby

    TimBosby Gold Supporting Member

    Dec 19, 2004
    Omaha, NE, USA
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  5. Nomad5

    Nomad5 Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 23, 2010
    Dallas, Texas
    These are crazy-good basses. I just tracked an entire album with it after doing a shootout with my other basses....(was planning on using a P with a Lollar) It just has tone for days and an incredibly comfy neck. Somebody jump on this!
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  6. BlueMINI


    Sep 10, 2013
    Olympia, WA
    PM sent :)
  7. Lots of great trade offers and maybe I should have put this in the original post - I am a p-bass guy who prefers the 1.75 inch nut. I can also get along with a B neck - 1.625 - but can't do virtually any jazz neck, except perhaps for a chunky vintage Fender or the USA Geddy Lee. Thanks to all who replied.
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