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SOLD Warrior Standard 5 String Bolt-on SWEET!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by basskillah, Apr 18, 2010.


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  1. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    *PRICE DROP $1200 Or Best Offer!!! INCLUDING PAY-PAL AND SHIPPING!!!*

    You are looking at a beautiful Warrior Standard 5 string. It weighs 9.5 Lbs. and was made on July 2, 1998. Tones range from basic stingray to stingray on steroids, jaco burpish bridge to P-bass superdub. The slap switch makes the midrange boost, and is sweepable via trim pots on the internal preamp. There is a push/pull on the volume, which I believe is for series-parallel operation on the MM pickup. This transforms the sound from a cutting Music Man style, to a P bass tone. This bass cuts through the mix like nothing I've ever heard, even at low volumes. The tone is very versatile. With its dual truss-rods, the neck stays as stable as anything I've ever seen, wood or graphite. Its profile is wide and thin. It is currently set up with a brand new set of GHS strings and the action is low, .060'', or 1/16" at the 24th fret. There is hardly any fret wear, even though this is a 12 year old instrument.

    It features:
    *3 piece mahogany/purple heart neck with birds eye maple fingerboard *Mahogany body and birds eye maple wings
    *Twin Truss-rods
    *34" scale/24 frets
    *1 7/8" @ nut
    *Basslines MM style P/U
    *Hipshot bridge (adjustable spacing 17-19mm)
    *3 band Basslines Preamp w/slap switch (sweepable freq via internal trim pots)
    *Recessed straplocks
    *Comes with original HSC (1 cracked latch makes it a little difficult to close but still functional), Warrior strap, straplocks, and a laminated certificate of authenticity.
    *Just set-up with a new set of strings
    Asking $1200. OBO shipped/paypalled. Please PM with any other questions!
     

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  2. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Bump!
     
  3. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Them Crooked Vultures kicked ass last night bump...
     
  4. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man

    Feb 11, 2008
    Nashville, TN
    Endorsing Artist: Ampeg , GHS
    Nice! Too bad you don't want a Rickenbacker
     
  5. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Jaymi,
    If I wasn't trying to scrape together $2500 for a retainer on a court case I have,
    I would love to try a Rickenbacker, as I've never owned one before. Thanks so much for the offer! OBO is encouraged! I'm willing to give the best cash deal on a Warrior ever!
     
  6. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
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    I love how there's red in the inlay on the end of the sword (like it just slayed someone...):
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    The black mark is just something in the wood grain, not a nick:
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    There is a small ding here:
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    Impeccable fret-work:
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    G-factor system, for stringing the B and E strings through the body:
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  7. Bardley

    Bardley

    Nov 16, 2007
    Louisville, KY
    Nice Warrior Bump! I own a '99 model. Just an FYI, these are actually for stringing the B and E strings through the body. It was called the G-Factor system and all the early Warriors had it.
     
  8. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    All of the string throughs I've seen have had the eyelets through the backside of the body, not by the strap button. The previous owner said they were for some sort of truss-rod, I'd certainly never heard of such a thing, but honestly had no idea (he also said it had a piezo bridge, but It doesn't either)...Thanks for clarifying!
    -Sean
     
  9. smithbasses

    smithbasses

    Apr 6, 2010
    PM sent.
     
  10. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Bump it...
     
  11. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Bump...
     
  12. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Monday morning bump...
     
  13. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Anyone with a Pbass + $500 wanna trade? Or... please entertain me with best cash offers!l
     
  14. Colonel129

    Colonel129

    Feb 23, 2010
    Baltimore, MD
    Beautiful bass, mad gorgeous!
     
  15. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Thursday morning bump...
     
  16. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Is there really no love for Warrior's out there? Check out their website:
    http://www.warriorinstruments.com/site/
    This is a custom USA made instrument! I haven't seen any under $1700-$3000+ Best Offers greatly appreciated!
    -Sean
     
  17. madbassplaya

    madbassplaya

    Dec 28, 2007
    so tempting bump
     
  18. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    What could make this more than tempting? Anyone? How about a price drop...
     
  19. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    I've lowered the price to $1200 Or Best Offer!!! including shipping and pay-pal fees!!!
     
  20. basskillah

    basskillah Justus League

    Sep 14, 2004
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Roscoe Guitars
    Bump
     

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