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Westenra

Sold - Bitsa jazz bass with Lakland 44-60 neck, Hipshot USA tuners and bridge, stacked pots and DR hi beams
£400

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This is bitsa jazz bass with the Lakland 44-60 neck dimensions as follows;

Nut Width: 1.5"
Nut Type: Delrin
Fret Size: .041/.085"
Width at Final Fret: 2.48"
1st Fret Neck Depth: .77"
12th Fret Neck Depth: .94"
Fingerboard Radius: 10"
Scale Length: 34"
Frets: 20

She also sports Hipshot USA tuners and bridge with a stacked pot control plate. I bought this bass as is but I've updated the pickguard, shielded the cavitys, machined a truss rod entrance into the body (so you don't need to take the neck off to adjust) and widened the bridge pup cavity as it was a bit tight. On the 4th fret of the G string there is a dent (as seen in the close up photo) where she fell from her stand onto a pedal (the pedal was fine hoorah) which has never affected the sound of playablity.

Collection would be around SW8/SW15 area

Postage is fine too and will be packed securely and safely

Comes from a pet and smoke free home

Feedback can be found here;

http://basschat.co.u...enras-feedback/

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Edited by Westenra

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[quote name='MapMo' timestamp='1507748818' post='3387759']
what kind of wood is the body?
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Couldn't quite tell you, I expect alder? I got this from a fellow BC user and he doesn't know what type of wood it is sorry. If there's any telling signs to look out for I can check.

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[quote name='timhiggins' timestamp='1508958594' post='3395672']
Any idea what the pick ups are ?
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Fender originals.

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