Worth fixing?

Discussion in 'Basses [DB]' started by 1bassplayinfool, Dec 28, 2014.

  1. 1bassplayinfool

    1bassplayinfool -Nowhere Man-

  2. If the other piece(s) of the top are still with the bass and there's no other damage, for $300 I wouldn't hesitate a minute.
  3. 1bassplayinfool

    1bassplayinfool -Nowhere Man-

    Much appreciated, I will have to go have a look at it.
  4. Word is that the missing piece is gone.
  5. james condino

    james condino Spruce dork Supporting Member Commercial User

    Sep 30, 2007
    asheville, nc
    If EVERYTHING is included- all of the parts and fittings, then you may have a nice project for the winter. No missing parts and no fittings; that bass should be free. Every time I've been offered up something like this and I thought, hey I can pull off the fingerboard and have a few spare parts for a couple hundred dollars, I wasted a week trying to get the damned superglued fingerboard off the neck, took on a huge headache and in the end I wished I just gave the original owner $200 and asked them to leave with the junk heap....but your mileage may differ from mine...

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  6. 1bassplayinfool

    1bassplayinfool -Nowhere Man-

    I contacted the seller today and he confirmed the missing pieces were gone. Replacing or repairing could get a little expensive. A brand new one is just north of 2K...