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Elrick Expat Evolution 5 string - PRICE DROP - £1500
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Hi all,

Now fully up for sale, Part-Ex options would be a Lakland Skyline DJ5 with cash my way too, possibly a Lakland 55-60, or maybe a Precision 4 string of some description.

I love this Evolution, sounds awesome, light swamp ash body and looks great. It's a solid 9/10 for condition I'd say. A couple of small indentations, but nothing I'm able to photograph well. Stock, these basses come with Bartolini single-coils, however I've swapped those out for Bartolini dual coils that came direct from Rob Elrick.

So spec is:

35″ scale
Swamp Ash Body
8.5 Lbs (approx)
Satin Matte Black Finish
3-piece Quarter-Sawn Maple Neck
Ebony Fretboard
24 frets

2-way adjustable truss rod
Bartolini hum cancelling Dual-coil soapbar pickups (Made in the USA)
Bartolini 3-band pre-amp w/3-way mid and active bypass (Made in the USA)
Fully shielded control cavity
Black Hipshot Ultra-light tuners
Black Elrick bridge – by Hipshot (Made in the USA)
Dunlop Dual Design strap buttons (Straplok compatible!) (Made in the USA)

 

£1550 - I'll include a Fusion Urban gig bag in excellent condition!
£1500 - No Case

No way of shipping just at the moment, but happy to organise a socially distanced handover. As such, UK only for now.

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On 21/05/2020 at 10:43, Norwood said:

Finish is just amazing. Elrick are so magic.

Good trade

Agree totally, gorgeous!

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There was one for sale on here a couple of months ago, and last year - worth trying to track down the buyers via the sellers? You may have been down this road already, of course...

 

 

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43 minutes ago, lowregisterhead said:

There was one for sale on here a couple of months ago, and last year - worth trying to track down the buyers via the sellers? You may have been down this road already, of course...

 

 

Thanks, I do remember that one. It’s a burst though, which I’m trying avoid really. I’m in no rush, my Expat is great ☺️

Thank-you though.

Si

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18 hours ago, Norwood said:

Not for sale?

Someone has GAS for more Elricks :)

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Added options for sale and  another p/x (Lakland DJ5)

Cheers

Si

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Sixteen hundred! The specs, look, and price are very tempting, I am glad I found my dark lady already earlier.

By the way, rehearsals started again!

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Bump with some extra part-ex options.

Si

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Price drop:

£1550 - I'll include a Fusion Urban gig bag in excellent condition!
£1500 - No Case

Si

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