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  1. Some interest but nothing settled...Up we go!!
  2. Thanks for the interest so far...As requested more pics of the inner and body. Shipping possible at buyers cost and risk.
  3. Thanks mate, it really sounds amazing...check out the video. More on YT
  4. I'm selling my all original 1974 P-bass...It's been a great player to have around but it's just not getting the use I feel it should, so it's time to move it on!! I've had it for around 13 years and I'd say it's in 8/10 condition and the bass shows typical wear for an instrument of its age and is in perfect working order with a highly playable neck and a lovely rich tone with a ton of mojo!! The truss rod works smoothly and the neck is still very true. The features are standard for the time - Alder body, maple neck with a rosewood board. Pickguard has has a little damage above the input jack but this doesn’t affect functionality in any way. Pickups and electronics are original and have been untouched Currently strung with la Bella 43-104 flatwounds Serial #545*** The bass comes with a flightcase. For sale only, no trades on this one!!
  5. Looks like a cracker...what’s the neck depth like on it (front to back at 1st & 12th frets)? cheers
  6. Ok, Maybe measure the best you can and let me know. Would you say it’s more deep 70’s P bass or rather Jazz bass depth?
  7. This looks lovely...shame about the postage as I’m too far south to venture up for testing (even with such poor eyesight 😉) what is the front to back neck depth? Would you consider courier collection?
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