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MAYONES COMODOUS CUSTOM AGED GOLD 6 string (Price Drop 1.790 £ UK Shipping cost included)
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Price: 1.890 £ or 2.200 €

Price: 1.790 £ UK Shipping cost included

 I sell my bass Mayones Comodous Custom Aged Gold of 6 strings of the year 2015 in good condition. It has a maple-mahogany neck of 9 pieces, maple top (in the standard series would be assembled from Poplar), Bartolini soapbar pickups, and a Aged Gold finish, very soft. It is a 34 scale bass, with a very comfortable and fast neck, with 18 mm of distance between strings on the bridge, and can be adjusted with a very low action. For something Mohini Dei, Federico Malaman, and Hadrien Feraud already use these basses.


Specs:
( http://www.bassdirect.co.uk/bass_guitar ... ous_6.html )

PRICE NEW £3850 (4.333 €)
MADE IN Poland
BODY American ash with maple top
NECK 9-ply maple/mahogany
FINGERBOARD Pau Ferro
NECK JOIN Through-neck
FRETS 24
SCALE LENGTH 34.25”
BUTTONS Straplocks
MACHINE HEADS Schaller M4
BRIDGE Mayones two piece
PICKUPS 2x Bartolini soapbars
ELECTRONICS Aguilar OBP3 active
CONTROLS Volume, balance, middle, stacked treble/bass, passive tone, active/passive switch

Also comes with a custom soft case as well as a certificate of authenticity.

It is protected with soft case and a cardboard box and can be sent anywhere in Europe. Of course the bass can be tried in the city of Toledo (Spain). Please contact by mail or mp:

mail: [email protected]

All photos: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=12Ec-GlsXVWCCrH4xJBVXN0wgtzgO7WdD

Regards!!

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These are amazing instruments. My 6 string Comodous is the best made, most versatile bass I own, a delight to play. GLWTS.

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