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Squier classic vibe 51 P bass
£300

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Butterscotch finish with maple neck and board.As new condition, Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounder pickup, professional set up, including fret dress and finishing, very light use not gigged, used as back up. Fitted with Tomastik Infeld flat wounds. Will ship at buyer's expense. Based North West Near Blackpool.

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Ah not bad pal. Finding a lot of topics to write about on here! 

11 minutes ago, Bluepigbass said:

Aye lad how ya doin ?

Nice p bass, by the way! 

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These are great sounding and well built basses. I bought one as a replacement for my 71 telecaster bass. Im really satisfied with it. It had some upgrades though. The scpb-3 should be a valuable improvement on this bass.

Glwts

 

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2 hours ago, mic mac moe said:

Ah not bad pal. Finding a lot of topics to write about on here! 

Nice p bass, by the way! 

There’s a fair chance we will be gigging together this weekend 🙂 it’s s great little bass Daz set it up dressed frets put the quarterpounder in. Selling a couple of guitars that I am not using for work 

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33 minutes ago, Bluepigbass said:

There’s a fair chance we will be gigging together this weekend 🙂 it’s s great little bass Daz set it up dressed frets put the quarterpounder in. Selling a couple of guitars that I am not using for work 

Fingers crossed pal. I had a message from Dazzler yesterday..... I'm just awaiting the outcome. Be great if it comes off

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Do not have access to the bass to weigh it (working), it is not heavy, body is pine!, slightly heavier than my Nate Mendel P bass, lighter than my 1978 P bass

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Thanks.pine body, that’s unusual. A forest of pine would be lighter than a 78 Precision. I sometimes wonder if they were made of lead rather than wood. I used to have a 75 P. & that was dead heavy too.

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The dates on the post are 18 months old from 2018, all very confusing.

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