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kevvo66

Withdrawn far to good to sell ,great bass mint condition,trades always considered
£150

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Hiya people, due to lack of using this fine bass,it's in great condition, it got to go, natural swamp ash body,and neck jazz neck farida are made in China I reckon these will give any of the big boys a run for their money , farida pups , natural ash body and neck it's no lightweight it weighs in at a shade under 10lb and solid as a solid thing , jazz neck errr fret board hang on I'll be back , running up the stairs to the man cave , think Anneka rice treasure hunt , "stop the clock" rosewood finger board , pics are pretty poor really as I'm just sorting the attic /man cave out
Thanks for looking Edited by kevvo66

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I always hear nice things about Farida basses. If I was closer and in buying mode, I'd be round for a reccy.
Not maple finger boarded though... thinking about Anneka Rice must have made you tired. GLWTS.

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I had a Farida Jazz, fantastic bass for the money. I banged in some better pickups and a high mass bridge and it was as good as a mex Fender (possibly better)
They are bit heavy

GLWTS

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[quote name='Shambo' timestamp='1504596159' post='3365840']
I always hear nice things about Farida basses. If I was closer and in buying mode, I'd be round for a reccy.
Not maple finger boarded though... thinking about Anneka Rice must have made you tired. GLWTS.
[/quote]

SHAMBOOOO! LEGEND!

I've got a Farida myself and really can't fault it for the price at all. Id say they're easily £350-550 worth of instruments in sound and feel (depending on what model and features)
£150 Is a good price.

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[quote name='binky_bass' timestamp='1504794965' post='3367381']
Pretty much guarantee that being a rosewood board!
[/quote]

Sonokeling - a type of Indian rosewood.

I remember such useless information.

These are great basses.

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This used to be mine and If you haven't tried a Farida before I can heartily recommend them and this one in particular.
It has a fantastic Jazz style neck that is really easy to play on. I tried this with Seymour Duncan Quater Pounder but preferred the original pick so swapped it back again.
I still have a Farida Jazz which is fantastic and would of kept this one too but I was lusting after a black and maple necked P bass

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