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*SOLD PENDING* Meridian Jazz Bass Evolution Exotic 4 [Ziricote top]
£1600
Modica, Italy

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***** SOLD PENDING *****

 

A great 4 strings MERIDIAN JB EVOLUTION EXOTIC, Made in Italy, 34", Kaya mahogany body with ziricote top and tiger maple neck with congo ebony fretboard.  It comes with Rolling's soft case, and new D'Orazio strings 0.40-1.00! It has original Meridian Trinity active/passive on board preamp and Delano JSBC 4 HE pickups. Everything as shown in the photo link. It has also a removable ebony finger ramp beetween the pickups and matched wood knobs. Really big sounds and so really comfortable!

Price opportunity: Now PRICE DROP to 1500€ (Euros) only for direct sales without trades.

Photo of bass 😉📸https://drive.google.com/open?id=1G4NjNoEMFbjBwitMp5SVmZEp1vW3ZDGl

Foreign Currency: about payments different from the Euros currency you can pay by clicking using this ►Transferwise bank transfer◄ link.

Setup by an expert luthier, wonderfully resonant woods, perfectly functional, really good conditions!

 

 

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ABOUT SHIPPING:

Bass is located in Italy (Sicily). No problems for international fast shipping:

*Shipping prices include shockproof packaging but without insurance, which must be calculated separately.

  • To Italy: 30€ (1/2 working days)
  • To Ireland/Great Britain: 60€ (4/5 working days)
  • To Germany and Austria: 45€ (3/4 working days)
  • To Spain: 60€ (4/5 working days)
  • To France: 65€ (4/5 working days)
  • To Lithuania: 75€ (4/5 working days)
  • To Romania: 80€ (4/5 working days)
  • To Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands: 65€ (3/4 working days)
  • To Czech Republic (CZ): 80€ (4/5 working days)
  • To USA and Canada: 130€ (6/8 working days)

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On 11/08/2019 at 16:33, big rob said:

Keep trying to contact you chap but no luck. 

Hi, unfortunately I have been traveling and in the summer residence I have no possibility of stable connection. I'm contacting you again. I'm sorry! 😌

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