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70’s Fender Pbass
£2000

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I am regretfully attempting to sell my beloved 73 Fender P bass. 

This bass was originally played left handed will the strings in the same position. Therefore there is a hole in the opposite side of the body where a strap button would have been. 

The bass is naturally worn and wears it with absolute pride.

Everything is original except the scratch plate which was replaced with an anoxidised one (but still looks damn good). 

It has been set up recently with a nice low action.

there is no fret buzz anywhere and i have recently put new D'addario XL's on it. 

It plays like a dream.

Looking for £2000

AM INTRERESTED IN TRADES 

THROW ME SOME OFFERS AND FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS 

 

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Ha ha ha this has got some serious mad upside down wear ...l love it..

What Colour is that and any idea of tbe weight ..love the pick guard super cool and matches really well ...

Nice Bass where are you based 

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I've just bought this from Wunjo in London online, coming Tuesday 👍

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7 hours ago, BeeBop said:

Nice bass 

You'd better hope no one else visits their Web site ...it's still for sale ...ooooft 

Bugger, well I’ve paid for it now and discussed set up so they better not 😂

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