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Harley Benton 51/55 style Precision Bass SOLD + gig bag
£100
WATERFORD, Ireland

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As new Harley Benton Precision bass. Mint. Set up and frets dressed , polished etc by Polmac luthier In Youghal, Cork. Plays like a dream , traditional big fat pbass neck , satin finish . Basswood body, maple neck . I realize they retail for £90 ish + shipping on Thomann, but this has had another £30 spent getting the frets decent (were a bit sharp out of the box) no horror stories under the scratch-plate either, finish is continuous. Pickup is decent and has powerful thumpy output . This bass is fantastic for the money and gig ready for any level of player. Surplus to requirement for me. Will include a padded Stagg. gigbag. Small blemish on pick guard

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Can't go wrong with a Harley. If only these came with a darker fretboard. 

 

GLWTS 

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2 hours ago, stewblack said:

Can't go wrong with a Harley. If only these came with a darker fretboard. 

 

GLWTS 

Yeah I was really pleasantly surprised, the only “fault” I could find was the frets just weren’t finished at all. A local luthier sorted these and now it plays great. Big fat old school neck . I know people recarve the headstock to get the telebass head but I’m not into that . Again this was an impulse buy and Not really getting played .

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4 hours ago, stewblack said:

Can't go wrong with a Harley. If only these came with a darker fretboard. 

 

GLWTS 

it's easy to spray some tinted laqcuer on it to get it too a darker colour unless you meant a rosewood or similar type of wood!

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