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Alberto Rigoni

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  1. NO TRADES Model: BSR TN5 Black Tiger 5 String Year 2007 3-Piece Body Walnut Top, with Tiger Maple Rosewood Back Smith Classic Hand-Rubbed Dutch Varnish over Stradivari Gold Oil Western Quilted Maple Core Shedua Laminate Accents on Top, Back & Neck 5-Piece Neck ~ Aged Hard Rock Maple & Shedua Accents Macassar Ebony Fretboard with 30" Radius 24 Frets Mother-of-Pearl Dot Fret Inlays Scalloped Brass Nut ~ Hand-Fit Nut-Width ~ 1-3/4" Rosewood Headstock Overlay Scale Length ~ 34" Gold Hardware Bridge ~ Smith QSR (Quick String Release) Machined solid brass Recessed Strap Locks Ken Smith Pickups Series/Parallel Switches wth Smith BMT 3-Band 18-Volt EQ Circuit, with Adjustable DIP Frequency Switches for Bass, Mid & Treble, with Pickup Blend & Master Volume Control Fully Shielded Pickup & Control Cavities Smith Custom Flex Truss Rod Gold Gotoh/Ken Smith Tuners She Weighs 9.7 lbs. Serial # 5TN542007 Original hard case and strap but no tools
  2. Mint. No trades Nash PB-63 bass is a lightweight version of the classic design with great playability and sustain. Neck style is reminiscent of 1970's Precisions with block inlays and binding. This bass weighs 3,79 kg. Glenn Hughes on Nash basses: "The one I’m playing now is a Bill Nash replica. My friend Bill Nash from Washington state, he’s amazing. I own a lot of old Fenders, which I don’t take on the road, and I wanted something that could replicate the old ones. I had tried many different replica-type basses, all distressed and road-worn variations. Bill had sent Joe Bonamassa a really messed-up looking Tele, the same Tele that was designed after Eric Clapton’s Hyde Park Blind Faith Tele -- the one with a Strat neck. I played this amazing Tele, which Joe played on the first Black Country Communion album on a song called “Beggarman.” I said, “Oh my god, I wonder if a Bill Nash bass would sound and look this good." Bill sent me a bass -- the red one you see me playing in the videos and the new Black Country Communion DVD. It’s a ’57 replica, a relic. It’s just insane. I’ve got some old P basses and Jazz basses, and you can’t really tell the difference." Model: PB-63 with 78 neck Body: Ash Color: 3-Tone Sunburst Fretboard: Maple Neck Profile: C Radius: 10" Nut: Graphtech Tusq, width 41 mm Pickups: Lollar Vintage P Bass Gotoh tuners Electronics: CTS potentiometers, Sprague Orange Drop capacitors. Aging Level: Light Pickguard: 3-ply Black Fretboard with black binding and black block inlays Lacquer: 100% nitrocellulose 20 frets, 6105 Weight: 3,79 kg Gig bag included Made in USA
  3. Open to trades with five string basses of similar value or vintage fender precision
  4. Selling this gorgeous bass, great look and amazing tone, super versatile, killer low b. I’m selling it only because I don’t use 6 string anymore. Open to trade for five string basses of similar value specs Prat Bass Custom 2016, Made in Nashville, USA Limba body with arrah root cover. Mahogany & Curly Maple Laminate Neck Cocobolo fingerboard 24 frets Pickups : Bartolini USA (with three way switch for each pickups to change from series, parallel, single coil) Preamp : Noll 3band Active Pasive Hipshot hardware 18mm Scale : 34 Weight 4.5kg
  5. Hey guys, what's the best P (even not fender) you have ever tried? Punchy, growly, defined.. and lightweight? Also five string? Cheers! Alberto
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  7. Hello! Here come my review of De Gier Soulmate bass. Very lightweight, killer tone!! Video review cheers Al
  8. How does areò pickups sounds compared to Seymour Duncan?
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