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D.Pal

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    Palermo - Italy

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  1. i prefer cash.. but i could trade it for a nice guild starfire or an epiphone jack casady.
  2. Thanks! https://www.instagram.com/docwoodguitars/?hl=it here you can check my works, i built the body and refin the whole Thing.
  3. Up for sale: - Fender precision mij neck Re62 - the old finish was removed and refin with a thinner coat of nitrocellulose lacquer. - reverse fender american vintage tuners. - red alder body in nitrocellulose fiesta red lacquer - light relic (i hope you can see from the pics the nice lacquer checking) - lollar 60 pickup. - fender american vintage bridge. - Montreux aged tortoise pickguard. the neck is straight and plays like butter. weight: 4kg
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    Precisions

    Omg! I want the black one! It’s absolutely stunning! ps: even the lpb is lovely.
  5. Q pickups - handmade in Croatia, a very nice 51’ replica, great sound!
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    RICKENBACKER PORN

    1979 fireglo 4001 - a lot of scars but still a rock machine!
  7. Up for sale my 51 p bass - Fender 51 precision neck made in mexico - fat u shape, 9.5” radius. - Fender reverse tuners - butterscotch blonde body - nitrocellulose lacquer with large vintage correct body string ferrules. - black pickguard 1 ply - 2 brass saddles bridge overall very good conditions, neck is basically new, no fret wear. body has minor marks, just some micro dings (nothing you can see from pictures). I can ship everywhere. weight 4.1kg
  8. Recently sold a Mustang Bass to Patrick, he was very pleasant to deal with, trustworthy and reliable. Thanks Davide
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  10. That’s impressive! Good job!
  11. Cash would be prefered, but you never know. Didn’t know about that. Here are A couple of pics .
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    Mustangs!

    there are a few differences between the '75 and '66: - 1975 has on roundwound strings, pickup isn't the original one but a lollar custom shop (the standard lollar has a different size and wouldn't fitted on a vintage mustang). it sounds brighter than the '66, more aggressive i love the tone with the pick. body has contour that might it feel a bit more comfortable. thicker neck. - 1966 has on labella flatwound strings, original pickup. this one has a good punch and attack and sound smoother than the '75. lightweight bass and what i mostly love about it is the neck, shape is thinner than the other mustang and feel super comfortable to me. i'm also a p bass player so i like too big and chunky necks but this one has something special to me.
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