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Up is my MIJ jag in sunburst. Its a monster. I am moving house and have a few unforeseen bills to sort out, so Im operating a last in, first out policy on this. 

I've played 6/7 of these over the years and this one is the best of the lot. Its in excellent condition and plays well. Sounds exactly as it should. 

£650 INCLUDES UK SHIPPING 

Unforseen events have now left me no choice but to drop the price again. Its now £600 including shipping. You wont find another this cheap anywhere. 

Any questions, please get in touch :)
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Just adding a friendly bump for CalDeep - he's a pleasure to deal with
GLWTS mate :) 
It's a cracking looking bass!

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23 hours ago, Marc S said:

Just adding a friendly bump for CalDeep - he's a pleasure to deal with
GLWTS mate :) 
It's a cracking looking bass!

Cheers matey! 

I am now taking offers on this as I move house Friday and will be very persuadable the next couple of days!

I have all the packaging and box to ship it with! 
 

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