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Yamaha TRB6 from 90'
£1000

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Hi, 

LOWERED PRICE: £900

I have for sale this incredible Yamaha TRB 6 string bass. It´s a killer bass, with great playbility and huge B string (despite 34" scale). Open for trades if you have butique 4- or 5-string bass. Vintage Fender P or JB preffered (additional cash possible).

Located in Czech Republic.

Filip

 

 

 

  

 

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