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  2. Agree. It's a "custom" Ying Yang standard 5 without the black paint on top, as all specs are the same - i.e. same as asking a burger without ketchup or mayo. Specs don't match any other "standard" besides the Ying Yang Standard 5. GLWS
  3. Moollon make some of the greatest pre-CBS P bass recreations (excluding the lack of brazilian rosewood board). GLWTS
  4. Aero sweeter/warmer, Duncans more aggressive.
  5. They don't offer/have never offered Brazilian rosewood as an option, having dealt directly with JY and Andi, they would confirm that. They did the odd "normal" rosewood one many years ago, but ebony or maple are the only choices for the past few years. Not sure about ebony being richer and smoother than Brazilian rosewood, but this is not the place to discuss that so will stop here. My initial comments were with regards to how good Moollon bass guitars are. GLWTS
  6. Pre-CBS "style" even if not exactly the same. I have a Pre-CBS all original P bass and I have a Moollon P bass too. It's the closest thing I've played to a pre-CBS one. And I much prefer an "improved" quartersawn neck to an "original" flatsawn one. I do agree on the brazilian rosewood being something special though and wish it had it.
  7. Moollon make some fantastic pre-CBS type instruments. GLWTS!
  8. This is a Laurus bass, hand made in Italy, as used by Ric Fierabracci and Federico Malaman. It is setup with very low action, together with its very fast and asymmetric carved neck, making playability exceptional. It has two tonal chambers, making the instrument lighter and very resonant and responsive. It requires normal strings. The bass is in perfect working condition but it has a few bumps, purely cosmetic, and this is well reflected in the price (the cheapest Laurus bass in the Web by far). Looking for a straight sale only. Shipping is not a problem. Plenty of feedback. Specs: 34" scale Weight 3.7 Kg Mahogany body with two tonal chambers Birdseye Maple top 5 piece neck/purpleheart neck through body Nut: 43mm String spacing: 19mm Phenolic fingerboard Noll 3-band preamp, active/passive Laurus (Benedetti) pickup Neutrik locking security jack Original Laurus soft (semi-rigid) case Electronics, jack, truss rod working perfect, no issues
  9. This is a Laurus bass, hand made in Italy, as used by Ric Fierabracci and Federico Malaman. It is setup with very low action, together with its very fast and asymmetric carved neck, making playability exceptional. It has two tonal chambers, making the instrument lighter and very resonant and responsive. It requires normal strings. This particular model has a very rare quilted ash top. Looking for a straight sale only. Shipping not a problem. Plenty of feedback. Specs: 34" scale Weight 4.2 Kg Mahogany body with two tonal chambers Quilted ash top 5 piece neck/purpleheart neck through body Nut: 43mm String spacing: 19mm Phenolic fingerboard Aguilar DCB pickups Noll 3-band preamp, active/passive Neutrik locking security jack Original Laurus soft (semi-rigid) case The overall condition is very good. Electronics, jack, truss rod working perfect, no issues
  10. Just bought an amp from Knicknack. Very well packed and a very smooth transaction overall. Great to deal with!
  11. Just sold a bass guitar to Mikkel's friend - Mikkel's facilitated the deal. Communication was easy, we quickly came to an agreement and it was a smooth transaction overall. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend!
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