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TRADED PLEASE REMOVE !!!! NEW Price Drop £1250 !!!Claas custom fan fret bass. Now down to £1400 from £1850 Trades also possible. Black Friday, Monday or month deal :-)
Kidlington, Oxfordshire

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Claas Leviathan Custom 4. Handmade in Germany Info: https://claasguitars.com


Neck and Fretboard: Flammed Maple.

SeymoreDuncan Musicman and Jazz Pickup.

Richter 3-Band EQ.

The bass is in good condition and the frets are like new.

The jazz pickup and preamp are modifications from the original bass.

She may look from the future and has all the modern tones but can also do old school really well.

Looking for £1600 £1250 , down from £1850 might consider other trades or partial trades (cash my way).


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Come and try something different tones from the old days to the future and fanfrets dont even feel different to normal, i know that sound strange but it true!!!!

Open to offers and partial trades, cash my way. 


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Open to trades and offers, come and spend that pay day money o  something out of the ordinary. 

Try me on trades i can only say no. 

Have a good weekend all. 


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