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Jerzy Drozd Mastery VI - new price
Mainz, Germany

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New price: 3.600,- EUR

Selling this incredible Jerzy Drozd Mastery VI

Absolutley no chips or dents, like brand new. Cause it is like brand new.

Cause this bass was totaly refurbished between Dec. 2018 till Mai 2019 by master luthier Jerzy Drozd himself.

New truss rod, new fretboard and of course frets, new brass nut, new lacquer with highlighting the pattern of the wood with rich pigments, new pickup.
The entire costs were: 2.798,- EUR (bills available)

Some specs at least:

  • originaly from 27.09.2005
  • completly refurbished between Dez. 2018 - Mai 2019
  • Etimoe (a kind of mahogany) body wings
  • laminated maple neck through body design (2 carbon extra reinforcement bars)
  • birdseye burl maple top with matching head stock
  • extended 32 frets maple board
  • brass nut
  • special custom body design
  • Aguilar obp3, 18 volts preamp
  • Custom Jerzy Drozd JEDX humbucker with maple wood cover
  • Recessed wood knobs
  • weight: 4,3kg on the bathroom scale
  • Original Jerzy Drozd case

New price: 3.600,- EUR

location: Mainz, germany

sorry for my bad english






























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17 hours ago, binky_bass said:

Very nice! Shame I only have £5000 spare. 😁

Oh, cool.

The price is negotiable ... £5000, you´ve got it 😀

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I´ve recorded are short sound sample. Played through a song from Toto.

Quick and dirty. Bass direct into a Scarlett Solo. Recorded with GarageBand. No EQ or anything else.
On the bass: Treble half way down, Middle and Bass half up.

Play-along: Toto, Animal

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One more clip.

A short version of 50 ways.

Direct into the Scarlett Solo, too. Recorded with GarageBand, no EQ-ing or something else.
At the end of the clip you can hear the strings played separately

50 ways

Bass: Treble 1/8 down, Middle 1/4 up, Bass 1/2 up

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some interested parties till yet ... I am still open for serious offers

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That’s looks lovely and sound great. GLWTS

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