I've had a lot of trade offers and cash offers so just to reiterate my point within the advert ;
Here we have my 2004 Modulus Flea in Blue Flake. Seymour Duncan Pickup and Bartolini NTBT 2-band preamp.
New car is prompting sale. (Bang goes my Wal deposit!)
Condition I'd rate as 8/10. A few barely noticeable dings in the finish, worse of which is a (filled in) chip near the jack socket. There is the usual lacquer crack at neck joint, but is just in the finish and is not structural. (All 3 of my Fleas have had this).
Neck is straight and unmarked, strings are fairly new. Frets are superb.
Can be seen and heard in action on my YouTube channel here ;
Comes with branded Modulus hardcase.
Strictly no offers. No trades.
Collection preferred or will travel a pretty large radius to myself here near Stratford-Upon-Avon to facilitate pickup for small fuel contribution.
Will NOT ship as I would want any prospective buyer to view a bass of this value first to ensure they are happy and to avoid any courier mishaps.
Thanks for looking
I have decided, after much thought, to finally let my Fender Flea bass go. I bought it four years ago, gigged it a lot for the next couple of years, you can see the wear from where my wrist rested on the upper bit.
Also the paint is wearing through to the primer along the top edge but it's very hard to see. I have also changed one grub screw in the bottom E saddle as it had rusted up . I have the original grub screw too.
There is the original gig bag and case candy
Those that have these, know what a great sound comes from them. The 1964 pickups really sound ace. That jazz bass 'fizz' from the neck pickup, the honk from the bridge.
It sits in my office, waiting for me to have a noodle on it at lunchtimes, it's been great to play at work. Nice and light too at 3.9kg or 8 pounds and 8 ounces, measured on my digital works scales.
But in all realities I'm just not going to use it anymore unless I turn it into a Sting Jazz (which I'm not)
I am just a P bass fan.
I can ship (UK only) via DPD courier, you can collect , have a cuppa and a natter all things bass
I work in Folkestone, Kent and live in Deal.
Any questions, fire away
I'm not looking for any trades, I'm just trying to thin the herd
The bridge spacing is 72mm centre of the B string to centre of the G string
The nut spacing is 39mm B string centre to G string centre
It has a bolt on Status C neck made of graphite, but it has the middle area profile slightly flattened, so a bit like taking a C neck and shaving the profile flatter.
Mono-rail bridge units
Standard 19mm string spacing
2 Status soap-bar pickups with three-band E.Q.
Variable midrange frequency, master volume, pickup blend control &18 volt power supply
A great bass to be sure for the next owner.
I can be a little flexible on price within reason, pickup, play and a cuppa preferred, but can ship at the buyers expense and risk.
Superb and rare Status S2 n°41 from the 80's, in very good condition for its age.
The praise for this bass is well established, the legendary Status sound!
It is a real collector's item with some marks on the gloss.
Weight: 4.35 kg
- Carbon graphite/composite through-neck
- Phenolic fingerboard, 24 fret
- Scale length 34-inch scale
- Total nut width 48mm (string spacing at nut 10mm)
- String spacing at bridge 15mm
- Walnut top, mahogany core
- 2 x Status Hyperactive pickups
- 3-band active EQ
- Controls: Volume, Pick-Up Balance, Treble cut/boost, Bass cut/boost, active/passive switch
- 2 x 9V battery in quick-release compartment to rear
- Hard case
- New Rotosound 66 Swing Bass 40 - 125 strings