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  • Birthday 09/04/1949

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  3. I know you’d rather sell than read nice messages, BUT, I must say a great year 3-4 years either side. I too have a similar Precision. I replaced the push button with a standard 250k pot, whipped out the original pickup and replaced with a DiMarzio DP122 and it plays over the moon. Unfortunately like everybody else, my last gig was in March.
  4. Output power 500W RMS @ 4ohms / 300W RMS @ 8 ohms. Excellent working order and nice condition. Having stood by Trace Elliot for many years I finally bit the bullet and went lightweight. I always thought a nice weighty amp with a nice meaty transformer was the dogs. After testing out many class d heads, Gallien, Genz, going back to TH500 three times, even Boogie 800, I wasn’t convinced...until I tried an Italian made Markbass head. I had used a Markbass combo years ago but was put off with the overall sound from the speakers. After reading so much positivity about Markbass amps, I went and bought a head to try with my Vans. I was so impressed with the amp/combination I went out and bought another two MB heads. Having you read my trumpet, I can assure you these heads are fantastic (just lay off the VLE and VLF) No gigs for a while yet, like thousands. I’m basically selling this for something to do and not too bothered if it doesn’t sell. But it’s a good price. Includes protective brief case. Welcome to try/test here observing Covid.....if you can walk it for exercise. Can obviously post at buyers expense with an agreed rate. Cheers Geoff. http://www.markbass.it/product-detail/little-mark-iii/
  5. Jazz now withdrawn. I advertised this for a friend but as soon as you state that, folk get suspicious, including me. Anyway, it played great and he took it away and I think p/x’d for a Ricki. Thanks for your interests. Geoff
  6. Ash body with bound maple neck and black- marked fingerboard. The neck and body have both been refinished (but nicely done) with clear gloss. The gloss is also above the worn area. Neck pocket shows no sign of paint so I assume it’s always been natural. Neck butt has no visible stamp date but apparently is not unusual. Pots are ser.No. 304-7218 dating 72. The pickups are 802 & 8302 which I think refers to 1972 also. Pickup covers are quite thick so I’m assuming original. Its a heavy bass above 11lbs but is compensated with great playability, rock solid, tight low end and singing tone. Comes with original 70’s case in nice condition although the silver Fender logo is missing. Any further pics on request. Welcome here to trial first/whatever. Covid rules observed. Cheers Geoff 07757296948
  7. I’ve also gone back to the 400. God knows when it’ll get action again.
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  9. 2008 USA model just after the S-1 switch had been discontinued from the Precisions.
  10. Fantastic value. Is the price just for the pictures!? You must be as daft as me. E/V speakers?! Thump and clarity. GLWT Giveaway.
  11. Hello again Tom, Indonesia. The made in Germany anything around £2k. China, don’t know.
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