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Mike Lull M5V - SOLD TO OVI!
£1850

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Off to Germany in the near future. Thanks to all for the interest! 

 

The most beautiful Mike Lull M5V ever? Well, you'll be the judge of that.

A pain to do decent photo's off given the clear coat always causing refelections, but I've tried my best.

My pride and joy for the last 10 years, M5V sn 964. 35" scale,  5A quited maple in honeyburst on light swamp ash body

with a maple neck with Bird Eye maple fretboard. Seymour Duncan PU's and Bartolini 3 band pre-amp with 3 way

shift for middle frequency. Passive/active switch as well. No tonecontrol in passive mode. The details from Mike:

M4V / M5V Features & Specs

» Alder, Swamp Ash or Mahogany Body
» Graphite Reinforced Maple Neck
» Maple or Rosewood Fingerboard
» Contoured Neck Heel
» 34" Scale Length (34" or 35" for M5V)
» 21 Frets
» 12" Radius Fingerboard
» M5V: 1 7/8" Nut Width and 2 7/8 Neck Width at Body
» Bone Nut
» Chrome Hardware
» Hipshot Ultralite Tuners
» Vintage Style Pick-Guard & Control Plate
» Aguilar or Bartolini Active Tone Circuits
» M5V: Custom Wound Seymour Duncan Basslines Single Coil Pickups (Also available in Hum Canceling)
» Aluminum Bridge
» Full Electrostatic Shielding

Overall good/excellent condition with a few marks at the lower edge of the body, and on top of the head (like 90% of all basses)
Weight not above 4 kg and balances perfectly.
Sound? Clean as a whistle as you'd expect from an instrument with these wood options and hardware.

I've added a couple of photo's showing how it looks with a mat black pickguard that I had specially made for it, Which is useful for for those who prefer a more narrow distance between body and bottom of the D/G string when popping. The pickguard, given its perfect fit, doesn't require to be fixed butkeeps itself in place among other as it sits underneath the slight overhang of the fretboard.

Comes with an original Lull Bag.
Shipped from Denmark at buyers expensive.

Don't hesitate to contact me for additional info.
 

Brgds

Thomas

 

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Wow! It looks like boiling toffee...:o Gorgeous

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Bumping.

And to let others know that trading is an option. Especially for something with a strong growl and darker sounding characteristic

(think Fretless and Pino rather than Jaco)

Enjoy your weekend guys.

Thomas

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