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  • Birthday 14/06/1971

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  1. I love, love, love this bass. I would love it more if it was a P34 sunburst or P35 - ideally sunburst too though blue fine too (any custom colours?) Anyone fancy a change? It's in excellent nick, plays beautifully and sounds awesome. Comes with Yamaha case and all the candy. Would consider sale but trade preferred. Would never say never on a part-ex deal with cash my way if something tickles my fancy: DJ5 or other Laklands maybe except 55-60; other BB's possibly. Fender PJ type. I am a sucker for a tarty finish too. PM me. Pete
  2. Definitely the BB2024/2024x were selling new for around £1500. I nearly pulled the trigger on one at £1395 (regrets...). I have a P34 now and have owned a few 1024x. The latter is a really great bass and superb value at the pricepoint, especially secondhand. The P34 is spot on though. There is not a single flaw in the finish/set-up/fret dress etc. The hardware is super high quality (not that the 1024x is poor). Would that all add up to £800/£1000 of difference if we're assuming the same refinements apply in the 2024 world? For me, probably not. Definitely not at the current prices I've seen new models advertised at which are more on a par with some of the boutique, custom order basses you can get. Secondhand difference £1300 v £450? I'd personally have three 1024x in white, caramel and sunburst. Or maybe just one and pocket the cash. The P34 is much more realistically priced new. I just wish there were a couple more colour options.
  3. Does it really weigh 11lbs or is that maybe the packing weight?
  4. If anything, it’s a clean cut. My guitarist at the time had recovered his amps but used some ancient corners, one of which was razor sharp. The bag got it on it’s second outing, as did the leather in my car and my forearm. Done probably 200 gigs or more since so not an issue in regards strength or durability. The covering is remarkably strong. Just not stronger than said guitarist was dumb. Heres a better pic.
  5. Black one sold, grey/orange one still available £140 posted in UK.
  6. Got two one of these mother of all gigbags but don’t really need as no longer in van so switching to a smaller double bag. Black one is barely used and is almost pristine, £160 posted in UK. Grey one has done the bulk of my gigs and shows signs of use. £140 posted in UK. PM me or txt/call 07515 929935
  7. Has this got the Aero pick-ups? IIRC, think the Aero have black and white, plastic wrap while the Fralins have black and white (ish) cloth wrap.
  8. P-T-P


    Open to cash offers if anyone wants to make them. Pete
  9. P-T-P


    About 4.3kg or 91/2 lbs on the kitchen scales. Not superlight but definitely not monster heavy either and sits very nicely on a strap.
  10. P-T-P


    Looking to sell this lovely thing . These are epic tone machines, same materials, design and pick-ups as the (now) £2000+ 2024x, just without the aging process and Made in Japan tag. The P pick-up does the P-bass thing perfectly and the jazz is superbly matched to it in output and delivers a really burpy tone when the two pick-ups are both engaged while solo it is ace for snarly fingerstyle. Great slap tone too. The bass is in really good nick but has been gigged so has a few scratches and dings. Nothing horrific, will try and get some more pics for anyone who wants them. Comes with a hard case that is pretty much on it's last legs but which would provide ample protection for shipping the bass. Looking for £475 including delivery to UK addresses. Open to offers for collection (from Chepstow, S. Wales). Ideally would like a quick cash sale as have my eye on something so very much open to decent offers. Not really looking for trades excepting possibly a Yamaha BB 734a, BB 735a or BB 1025x or maybe one or two of the smaller MarkBass cabs. PM me or call on 07515 929935. Pete
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