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It is still here, and currently talking about shipping with someone, but at the moment with the lockdown restrictions, there is no way I can deliver to bristol, as that would be breaking lockdown and I am not a politician!

So until the lockdown is over, no delivery is possible :/


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Hey chap, also Bristol based and interested. Let me know what the plans are after lockdown 

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It is amazing this has been here for ages, and now there is a lockdown and I cant deliver, it got popular!


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Someone turned up at my house yesterday and picked it up for his first bass. Almost 2 years and 1 month after listing, so now gone

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