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Roscoe Century 5 Lined Fretless **NOT AVAILABLE!**
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NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!

Century Standard 5, Custom sprayed at Full Spectrum in an awesome metallic gold green.

Only one ding on the body (see photo)Ros2.thumb.jpg.29d629e17a9aebe0b07a20e0af75be3d.jpg

Swamp Ash Body...Very Light Bass

3 piece Maple neck with Black Diamond Wood fingerboard

Bartolini CB pick-ups

Hipshot tuners

2 month old Kalium Balanced Tension Hybrid round wound strings!

 

 

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On 16/08/2018 at 21:13, fiatcoupe432 said:

This are great basses I wonder tho on how used to look before the respray !!

Ahh dude, it was awful and offended my eyes. It was a tobacco sunburst that looked like I needed a tweed jacket and a smoking pipe to play it, ha haha :)

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Which is exactly what I, as previous owner, wore whenever I played it old boy.

 

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1 hour ago, StuartB said:

Which is exactly what I, as previous owner, wore whenever I played it old boy.

 

Hahaha Stuart, no way, you were far too hip and happening for that bass :)

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48 minutes ago, Brook_fan said:

One wonders why you bought it in the first place if it was so offensive!!! 😉

 

48 minutes ago, Brook_fan said:

One wonders why you bought it in the first place if it was so offensive!!! 😉

So I could get it painted the exact colour of wanted....duh :P

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25 minutes ago, PriZeMaN said:

 

So I could get it painted the exact colour of wanted....duh :P

Ahah! Silly me!

Got to admit the emerald green would thoroughly suit the Irish music I generally play with my band.  However, I feel the colour might clash with the (sunburst, and natural wood) finishes of the mandolins I play with, and would probably get the sack!  

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1 hour ago, Brook_fan said:

Ahah! Silly me!

Got to admit the emerald green would thoroughly suit the Irish music I generally play with my band.  However, I feel the colour might clash with the (sunburst, and natural wood) finishes of the mandolins I play with, and would probably get the sack!  

Ha haha dude just get the rest of the band to get their instruments painted green, so everyone looks amazeballs :)

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Got any pictures of the dots along the side ? Thx !

And what are the controls for ?

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14 hours ago, StuartB said:

Bass, middle, treble, pan and volume

Thanks Stuart, you're a legend ! I have no idea, I just twiddle with them until they sound right.

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14 hours ago, wombatboter said:

Got any pictures of the dots along the side ? Thx !

And what are the controls for ?

 

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