Up for sale is my exceptional Moollon Classic P bass.
Alder body, dark ebony fretboard on quartersawn maple neck, fiesta red nitro finish. I am sure you see where is the inspiration - Pino
Bass comes from 2013 and used to be real workhorse. Thanks to this and ultra thin nitro finish it started to age very nicely - it has rather matte finish, hardware has great patina and oxidation. Everything you would expect from bass being as much as possible close to pre-CBS Fenders. Nothing shiny and museum-like here. Check pictures, MOJO.
Lightweight at 3,8kg.
Bass comes with its OHSC and is located in Czech Republic.
Price is £1900 OBO, write me a PM and we can talk shipping, have a lot of experience with EU shipping.
For sale is this rather fetching Fender Elite Precision PJ which I bought new last May, and has been used for a couple of gigs and a session, so is in very good condition.
Alder body, maple neck and ebony fingerboard. Metallic jade finish looks green-tinted gold, with parchment tort scratchplate and chrome hardware.
The Elites have a number of nice features over previous series, including:
Compound neck profile - C at the nut through to D up the neck
Improved neck joint and cutaway
HiMass bridge, bone nut
Spoke wheel truss rod adjustment
Fender Elite Precision neck pickup, Fender Noiseless bridge pickup
18 V preamp with bass, mid and treble controls
Active/passive switch, treble becomes a tone control in passive
Option of through-body stringing
This is the first Fender PJ I've played where the neck pickup sounds like a real precision. The bridge pickup can add bite or with the mid control up and treble down gets into Jaco territory. Both pickups with treble is a great modern pick or slap tone. A real all-rounder. Very light and easy to play too.
It does have two scratches on the bottom of the body - where I was a bit careless putting it in a soft case with zips. Hard to see in normal light - see photos.
Currently wearing a set of nearly-new DR Hi-beams. Comes with an unused SKB TSA-approved flight case, tools, strap locks etc.
I'm only selling because sadly, with no gigs in the diary, something has to go.
No trades, sorry. Happy for anyone to try/collect from South London/Surrey (KT4). I can arrange delivery at the buyer's expense.
My feedback: https://www.basschat.co.uk/topic/174020-feedback-for-phagor
Reluctantly, my Moog Bass MuRF is up for sale. It's in great condition and has been barely used outside of a couple of studio days.
If you are looking you probably know what this is. Its just brilliant but sadly a recent car accident means I need the cash.
UK tracked and insured postage included in the price.
Price drop, Was £875 now £840!!!!!!!!
This bass has a great low action and the neck is smooth and fast and just had a fresh waxing with Warwick wax.
Body of the bass has some mojo but has been given a good polish, a number of small dints here and there but still in good condition (see photos).
Frets have near zero wear.
Pickups are MEC in the neck and a Delano MM in the bridge, the two switches are one for the sims blue led's and the other is a 3 way switch is for the MM pickup when the switch is in the up position the bridge pick-up is humbucking and routed in series. When the switch is in the middle position the bridge pick-up is single coil and routed as humcanceling with the neck pick-up. When the switch is in the down position the bridge pick-up is humbucking and routed in parallel parallel, series, split i believe.
Electronics: Seymour Duncan Basslines preamp. Push/Pull Volume/Pickup Pan Control (Part #M89252 -2 x 220K, 500K)* Treble Tone Control (Part #M85100 - 100K) Mid Tone Control (Part #M85100 - 100K) Bass Tone Control (Part #M85100 - 100K).
By pulling on the volume knob you will activate the slap contour EQ curve on the Seymour Duncan Basslines preamp. This curve will boost the bass frequencies and the high fre-quencies, while slightly cutting the mid frequencies. Pulling the knob does not deactivate the active preamp. The Seymour Duncan preamp is considered better than the more common MEC electronics.
Sims LED's are fitted and are bright blue and really do go well with the colour of the bass.
Body is swamp ash with a generous slab of flamed maple top.
Info from the Warwick serial number search:
Serial Number: A-080914-01
Corvette FNA, 4-string
Ocean Blue Oil finish
Swamp Ash / A Flamed Maple top body