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  1. EUR 600 / GBP 530 I´m selling my very rare Mu-Tron 3x. It´s just like the original Musitronics Mu-Tron envelope filter pedal… Only Better. The Mu-Tron 3X is the closest you’ll find to the original Mu-Tron, because at its heart, it is. This is one of a few that Mike Beigel autographed which makes it even more rare. The item is in perfect condition and comes with a 220V power supply.
  2. A new pickguard for the Fender Mustang bass, still has the protective plastic on top. The colour is aged white, parchment.
  3. Washburn Status S-1000, pretty rare as a lefty. Overall good condition, some scratches mainly on the back, but nothing serious. The back of the neck is in perfect condition, the frets are almost 100%, the bass has not been played a lot. Some aging on the bridge, and one knob is missing. Everything works, the active electronics are fine, the trussrod works as it should. I´m in Berlin, shipping is no problem.
  4. Are the pickguard and bridge pickup frame painted white? It looks like that there´s black plastic under the white finish at some scratches. The PU frame really looks like it was covered with white paint.
  5. EUR 300 / GBP 280 You probably know what this is: The Remake of the classic Musitronics Mutron Octave Divider by the inventor himself, Mike Beigel. Beigel was the brains behind the original Musitronics Corporation, the NASA of ’70s stompbox makers. It still has the original box and booklet and comes with the US power supply and an additional 220V one for Europe. The item looks practically new, there´s only a tiny mark on the front right edge. Apart from that I cant´find any signs of use. The tone is amazing, I never had a better Octaver. Many different voices possible, it goes way beyond your usual Octaver, and also the original Mutron. The Green Ringer circuit allows dialing in distortion to the octave sound. This effect does everything the original did and more. And it has true bypass.
  6. Hi there, I have fat 50-100 La Bella flats on one Club and the classic german Pyramid 40-100 on the other. It makes quite a difference, the La Bellas are louder, but beyond the12th fret the tone dies immediatly, it´s just a plop up there. Anyway, I like the feel of these strings on these basses. The Pyramids are more even and have a lighter touch, but don´t sound as fat.
  7. GBP 1250 / EUR 1350 I´m selling my 65 Beatle Bass as I also have my two Hofner 500/2s which have the exact same sound as the Beatle. The pots are dated 1965 which matches the features like raised logo, large control plate, bound neck. The bass has been played and gigged a lot, it shows with all it´s dings and dongs and finish wear. The pickguard is missing so it looks like McCartney´s bass. The electrics are in good shape, the pickups have a very healthy output, everything works, no noisy pots or switches. The trussrod works fine. The early Hofners all have one week point, it´s the connection between body and neck. The usual neck reset has already been done on this bass by a profesional luthier here in Germany. The bass comes with a new hard case, so shipping is no problem.
  8. Hi there, yes I still have it. Where are you located? Thanks, Niels
  9. EUR 100 / GBP 87 I love these speakers and can´t work without them. I tried about all modern versions and compared them and always came back to the old ones. I think this is the late 70´s version. I have two pairs, one speaker just gave up after it fell down from it´s stand, so I´m using the other pair and sell the left over single speaker of the first pair. Some people use it as a mono reference and put it in the middle, so even a single Auratone makes sense. Obviously used condition, still looks ok and works fine.
  10. EUR 380 / GBP 330 My old 441, classic german mike in good original condition. Everything works incl. the 5 position bass cut rotator switch and the additonal high pass mini switch. There´s a small dent at the bottom side of the metal casket, please check the pic. The original plastic clamp is broken, a part is missing. I still used it and put a small strip of gaffa around it to fix the mike to the clip. Or you can buy a new one. Comes with the worn original case.
  11. I love these basses, and this color with maple neck looks just gorgeous! What´s the serial on this bass? I can´t make it out from the pics. My Tokai Strat SS50 has a 7 digit serial starting with 9. I was told that in the late 70´s the first digit is the last digit of the year, this definitely indicates 1979 which matches the features of my guitar. I also found this info about Tokai Les Pauls: 1978 = 80xxxxx... 1978 Reborn inkies are part of the same serial # sequences as 1978 stamped models (unlike 1980-81 inkies). 1979 = 90xxxxx 1980 = 00xxxxx ... 2nd digit is 0 on stamped serials and 1 on inkies, 1981 = 10xxxxx ... 2nd digit is 0 on stamped serials and 1 on inkies, 1982 = 201xxxx 1983 = 301xxxx 1984 = 40xxxxx 1985 = 50xxxxx 1986 = 60xxxxx 1987 = 70xxxxx ... tLS-60 model only, listed in European catalog only 1988 = 80xxxxx ....tLS-60 model only, listed in European catalog only 1989 = 89xxxxx 1990 = 90xxxxx
  12. EUR 390 / GBP 340 I´m selling my black Höfner Club bass because I finally found an old one from the 60´s. I prefer the 500/2 Club basses over the 500/1 Beatles bass. The sound really is the same on both versions. But because of the different body shape the Club is way more comfortable to play, there´s not the awkward bending of the right wrist that I find annoying on the smaller Beatles bass. The Höfner HCT series is the mid priced series with chinese made instruments fitted with original german pickups, same as they use in their handmade german versions of this bass. The sound is fat and rich and resonant with loads of low end, and also quite versatile because of the two pickups. It definitely has the classic McCartney thumb, but also many other colors and responds nicely to various playing techniques. I didn´t like the "Höfner Contemporary Series" print on the cover of the trussrod, so I simply polished it off because it was just a thin white print. Everything else is original and unmolested. The bass has been played only at home and never gigged, so it´s in very good used condition. The bass weighs in at 2,9 kg. I don´t have a case, but I´m good with packing, international shipping is no problem.
  13. EUR 130 / GBP 111 This is the favourite wah pedal from John Frusciante. It has a switch with which you can choose between Bass and Guitar setting, and it also has a pot to dial in the depth of the wah effect. Very good sounding pedal, still better than the Ibanez reissue version.
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