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Awesome 4 string King Bass, quilt maple facing, 16.5mm spacing, Bendwell, green front and side LED's 8.5lbs Status hardcase, excellent condition, one small dink on the back of the top horn. NO TRADES thanks 

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8 minutes ago, desmondpot said:

Nice. Any idea when this was buit? 

According to previous owner, (Marcus Bell formerly of Bass Direct) it’s a 2004 :)

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