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SOLD Wrwick Thumb Fretless "rare" FS/FT

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by trujo777, Apr 17, 2009.

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  1. Rare Thumb made in 1995 so it has the slim neck so easy to play and sought after in older Warwicks. in mint cond. pics speak louder than these words. I have more pics so just send me your email address and will send you more pics. asking $1350 plus shipping OBO

    has these woods on the body, fretboard and neck like the Thumb NT:

    but it is bolt-on construction like the Thumb Bolt-on see:

    I also have a Fretless Thumb NT from 1991 too that I will post tomorrow as soon as I get pics but that one has Wenge and bubuinga neck and wenge fretboard and is Neck-through construction. See the post on 4-19-09 for this NT one. Asking $1450 plus shipping OBO on the NT here http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?p=7283600&posted=1#post7283600

    has the solid body of bubinga, fretboard ebony, Wenge neck and also 2 band eq.

    For sale primarily but will also contemplate a trade for Pedulla, Warrior or an Ernie Ball Music Man plus cash, Marcus Miller 5, or another interesting Warwick
  2. more pics
  3. more pics
  4. Dwiggs


    Mar 1, 2008
    Wake Forest, NC
    Wow. Very nice!
  5. dose


    Nov 2, 2008
    Damn you i just dropped a grand on a Wic last week don't make me do it again
  6. I know this is an amazing axe. I am sad to let it go.
  7. Hey, I know we talked about this one- I can't recall if you were interested in a trade for my Precision or not..?
  8. jrk


    Jul 28, 2008
    i have a 5 string music man if you're interested.

  9. you have a PM
  10. here is the new thread for the other Fretless one from 1991

    and that 1991 Thumb NT fretless, I forgot to add that it has EMG active pick ups and possibly Bartolini or EMG electronics since they seem not to be MECs but it has better lows than the Thumbs I have played with MECs before. Seems that the EMGs were original and i have seen that in some older basses. Witht he EMGs it sounds amazing and feels awesome.
  11. Still have the bass. bump?
  12. bump

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