Very original 1966 Fender Precision bass. Stripped and refinished at some point in the 70s, it was originally sunburst. Neck date is 5th October ’66, one of the last CBS transition basses (F stamp neck plate, but unstamped tuners).
Pickup has one grey bottom, one black bottom, pencil dated May ’67 which is a bit of an oddity, but not the first time i've heard of it. Scratch plate, pick ups, hardware are all original. Pots that came with the base were terrible 70s ones (likely changed when it was stripped) that I replaced with new, but correct CTS taper pots using the original cap.
The untouched, worn-back neck is the best I've ever played on a bass, as you'd expect from something that's been played for over 50 years. Small ding at the 12th fret which is unnoticeable when playing.
My number 1 bass, with unbeatable playability and tone. Repro bridge and pick up covers and fender hard case included. Sensible inquiries only. Collection only, located in Worcester. No trades. No international sales. Any questions or try outs or anything at all, don't hesitate to give me a shout. Cheers!
**Price is now £1800**
**Open to offers, but no trades, thank you**
Fantastic Jazz Bass, bought from Coda in Stevenage in 2017. It was made in 2016. I have the accessories and certificate and the original case. The capo in the tool kit is broken however. There is some slight wear on the case from gigging and travelling but the bass is fantastic and in excellent condition, despite the relic treatment suggesting otherwise.
Even with old strings it is very bright, with plenty of low end and mid range punch. Sits very nicely in the mix and is a joy to play.
Weight is 4.5 kg.
I am selling as I don't use it anymore and prefer my Yamaha BB.
All welcome to come over and try it out.
My feedback is here https://www.basschat.co.uk/topic/298215-feedback-for-darylclayton/?tab=comments#comment-3211013
Selling my recently acquired Kiloton bass from Bass Direct.
Never tried a G&L before so bought this just after buying a few other basses, it sounds great, proper bass. However I have over extended the finances, so this one has to go.
It is a b-stock bass with a crack to the finish on the back of the bass and a mark to the top of the headstock.
£300 delivered, £275 collected.
original link is here:
I'm selling this bass I purchased some months ago because I do not really use it as it should be.
Fender Urge I - Stu Hamm signature
Made in USA in 1989 and in pretty good shape for its age.
32" Scale / 24 frets with very thin and comfortable neck
The passive/active electronics were made by Phil Kubibki for this specific model. Vol/Vol - bass/high - 4 position switch (Passive - Active - Active with Mid boost - Mute) and a switch for Pu selection.
Original Hardshell case included.
I found this video that maybe can help someone better understanding the bass different sounds