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  1. No interest in this? It was Yamaha's top of the line model back in the day - it's pretty scarce because it cost an arm and a leg (about £1260 if I recall - over £3300 in today's money assuming 5% inflation) so seems to be under the radar of most bassists.
  2. This is active, as far as I know it's what would be listed as an SB310 in the old bass collection catalogues. I'm not an expert on these though - the house music naming is probably bollocks so I've changed the thread title. I'll throw in a strap and tuner/metronome as well.
  3. Various scuffs and scrapes but nothing significant. No issues - a cracking bass for the money. I'm not sure of the model number of this as there's no sticker on the back - I think it's a SB310, although the UK distributor back in the day seemed to list them as the SB401 (see the pricesheet). No hard case but will include a gigbag. Happy to ship but within the UK only due to the lack of a hard case. ty
  4. Yes, happy to ship (price includes UK shipping).
  5. It's hard to believe that it's ten years since I got this from you. Do you still have the BB1500A - they seem to be impossible to find now.
  6. Yes, as Alba says all the BB2000 and the 80's Japanese BB3000 (and BB5000) basses had striped ebony boards.
  7. Note - these are potentimeters only, not a Wal preamp, not a Wal bass, just the POTENTIOMETERS.
  8. I'll try and borrow scales to get an accurate weight - the spec says 4.5kg which is probably fairly accurate since all the ones I've handled have felt very similar.
  9. The other one is also a brown stain finish ('83) but it has a couple of bruises. I thought it would be easier to sell this one since it's in such nice shape.
  10. It's 1 and 11/16", or 1/16" under a Fender C width, so it's a wide neck.
  11. That's for sure. I have a pair of them, so won't be without one (had one since they came out).
  12. To answer some Q's the manufacture date is October '84, and the fingerboard is ebony. It's made in Japan.
  13. Mint condition BB2004. These are getting difficult to find, and you'll never see one in better condition than this. (The case is a generic bass case and not the Fender tweed one shown).
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