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Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Burwabit, Sep 25, 2020.
The one on the left
I love the minimalist header. I had to look. Nice bass.
That committed to selling it eh
This is the most convincing ad I've ever read.
ah the blue one.
If that was a 5 string I’d...
(^^^ the above is not an actual question)
Your left or mine?
"Honey, I've been trying to sell it, but no takers so far."
Finally....an ad thread that answers all my questions...
Too many frets on this one eh
That is very pretty, though. What’s the top wood?
It came from some kind of tree.
Thanks for the comments everyone. I always thought it would be funny to post a high end bass this way. I appreciate you indulging me.
Here are the details
- Body Wood: Amboyna Burl on Swamp Ash
- Fingerboard Wood: Ebony w/ Abalone dots
- Finish: Natural w/ Caramel Burst back
- Hardware: Black
- Pickups: Nordstrand Big Splits installed but also comes with original Sadowsky Soapbars
- Preamp: Sadowsky pre with VTC
- Radius: 12”
- Nut Width: 1 7/8"
- String Spacing: 19mm (why do we use mm when nut is in inches?)
- Build Date: May 2007
- Weight: 8lbs 2oz
- Case: Sadowsky ultralight
- Price: PayPal ConUs shipping, OBO
My favorite thing about this bass is how well it's setup, specifically the nut work on it. It truly plays like a dream.
Selling to fund a new trailer I need for our farm. Hate to see this one go. Luckily I still have my other 2 Sadowskys.
Where are you located in Texas?
I'm in Lubbock but our farm is between Dallas and Houston off I45, so I get around twice or more a month if you want to see it sometime. Where are you?
To be honest, it's a little out of my price range for the moment, but I'd love to see pictures of the burst finish on the back, if you have one.
Wowee that's LIGHT!!!! This is a 'Modern,' correct?
Weight? String spacing? Large mouth or small mouth? (Or sea?)
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