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Here for sale Is my Greco vintage P Bass,  It was imported by me as a bit of a project. It palys superd with a really low action and strung with cobalt flats(V expensive). It has a few age related marks on it as would be expected but minimal fret wear. It has been fitted with Gotoh pre aged tuners, v mod pickups and a modern wiring loom. The nut is 40/41 mm and weight is 3.69 KG.

Postage and packing is £20.00

 

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Extremely beautiful instrument. Matsumoku too. GLWTS 

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Wow - I'm surprised this is still here, at that price
I've hear nothing but great reports on early Greco P basses. It's Matsumoko Japan quality, and these days, I'd say hard to find in that good condition

GLWTS

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Thanks. It really is a rather nice bass. People rave about the Tokais of the era. I think this is better

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