I am selling my Eastwood Pocket bass, its in new condition, ill health and favourite basses means that this was rarely out if its case.
I went through a phase of thinking that I needed to buy a bass for all eventualities, this was to be more noodling sofa bass, in reality I play only in the Magic Kingdom/Man Cave/Spare Room, the Nate Mendel is my goto.
This bass comes with the Eastwood hardcase that you dont get when buying the bass from Eastwood, its an added extra.
Price would be £500 collected, courier could be arranged if needed.
The thought to list this bass is a work based flash of genius, I will take some pictures tonight, but its essentially as new condition.
FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
Colours: Black, Sunburst
Pickups: Humbucker Neck, Piezo Bridge
Controls: 1 Volume 1 Pickup Blend
Bridge: Compensated Wood Bridge with Piezo pickup
Neck: Bolt-on Maple
Finger Board: Pao Ferro
Scale Length: 26.5" scale
Width at the Nut: 1 1/2"
Hardware: Gotoh style Style Nickel/Chrome
Strings: #45-#105 Short Scale
Final price drop - Now £725, no offers and no trades required thanks. Its sells at £725 or i keep it
Gibson EB 2014 120th Anniversary Bass...As new condition, never gigged. Complete with Gibson hard case and case candy. Bullion Gold Vintage Gloss finish.
Swamp Ash body..set maple neck.. rosewood fretboard..Grover tuners..Babicz full contact Bridge..Tuned Coil tap Humbuckers
Very light at 7lbs 11 ozs
Plays and sounds great
No trades sale only
These are now getting hard to find especially in this as new condition
So for sale is my 1970's Kay K1B. This is a shortscale bass that was made in Taiwan under the 'Kay' brand name, as part of a collection of guitars that were essentially knock-off's of well-known brands. A quick google search and you'll find Kay look-a-likes for Fenders, Ric's and Gibsons - which is what the K1B is.
It's a short scale bass with one pickup, one tone and one volume. It sounds great - loads of vintage, low-end thump. The pickup is still nice and strong, and the electronics are in full working order. The tone control works, but it's essentially thump or more thump, so don't expect and crispy high's from this bass! The bridge cover unscrews revealing the original strip of foam stuck underneath (as well as a very unusual bridge). Truss rod seems in working order.
Overall it is in very good condition - a few chips here and there but considering its age, it's excellent. The chap I bought it from told me that he was the second owner - the original owner bought it new, hardly played it, before retiring it to the back of his wardrobe for decades. Apparently, the strings (flatwounds) are original to the bass, so they should hold some value in themselves! The volume pot has been replaced (I have the broken original if you want to take it), but aside from that, it's all original.
Looking for £300 - I know these were budget back in the day, but they are increasingly collectable and this one is in such great condition. There is one on eBay for £350, and they have gone on Reverb for silly prices.
Based in Bristol, happy to ship at buyers expense. Unfortunately, the bass does not come in a case but I can package safely. If you'd like to come and try it out then feel free.
EDIT: I've had some time this afternoon to quickly record some examples on this bass. All of these were recorded through my Ampeg B15, mic'd with a CAD GXL3000, into a Focusrite Scarlett, into Logic. No EQ was used, just a touch of compression.
I'm not able to make friends with the mighty 6, so I'm offering her to someone who might tame her.
US made, and close to mint condition. The truss rod cover is missing, and that is the only fault I can find.
The previous owner swapped the bridge for a Hipshot unit for some reason. Nothing wrong with the original, that you'll get as well. Will even send with it a new set of strings.
Shipping to western Europe included.