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SOLD ...Ibanez Musician...Mc924DS...SOLD!
£700
Sheffield

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1982 Ibanez Musician MC924DS

Super P and J pickups can be run passive with blend, volume, tone, or with the very powerful active preamp (bass, mid, treble) engaged. If you know these, you know how great they sound. Neck through construction so plenty of tone and sustain.

Was my main bass for years and isn't far off 40 years old, so has some dings and scratches etc, but none that affect the functionality. Please check the pictures carefully.

Previous owner claimed it was originally a fretless converted to fretted, but I'm not sure I'd have known if they hadn't told me! Otherwise, the only non original components are the preamp toggle and jack socket, which I swapped out as they were crackling a little (originals included though).


Can courier at buyer's expense in a non original hard case. Any questions, please ask!

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I love these - I was speaking to Nick Smith (Doctor of the Bass) about these a while back - he's also a big fan - the weight seems to be a bit of an issue with them though.

JOOI what does this weigh?

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Great basses not too heavy , nice to see original case should fetch £700 ,  .. If you look at Jools Holland`s house band you can see his bass player using this model , I think his name is Dave Swift He played it last night on the "Blackpool" special . Adam Clayton and Sting both played similar Ibanez`s ( mc 824 ) ?

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On 12/11/2019 at 22:47, AlexJMcGibbon said:

Previous owner claimed it was originally a fretless converted to fretted, but I'm not sure I'd have known if they hadn't told me! Otherwise, the only non original components are the preamp toggle and jack socket, which I swapped out as they were crackling a little (originals included though).

If this is correct, I'm pretty sure that would mean the model of the bass would actually be MC940DS, not MC924DS.

Regardless, it's a great bass. Hope you do well with the sale.

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