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WITHDRAWN Fender Victor Bailey acoustic bass £400
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Fender Victor Bailey 5. Serial number 100202651. Probably the least used bass I have ever owned. I have gigged with it a couple of times but I no longer use it anymore. It comes with a flight case, guitar strap and hole cover.

I would prefer collection from SE London but I will post at buyers expense. Price negotiable.

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On 5/9/2018 at 09:59, White Cloud said:

That is a beautiful thing.

I agree - very nice indeed :)

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On 01/07/2018 at 01:09, bigsmokebass said:

What a bass for a hell of a guy. Someone's going to love this 😉🤘🏻

Cheers.

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There's a 4 string model going used, online more expensive than this 5 string. Someone jump on this bargain now 😉👌🏻

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