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Sold - Yamaha BBP35 in new condition
£1090
Toledo (Spain)

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I am selling this wonderful Yamaha BBP35 Bass.
It is a bass with an impressive sound record, and not only that, but this model is very beautiful.
I have the original box and all the papers and tools that it includes.
It's passive and you have a range of sounds from the best Jazz Bass to the best Precision bass.
The cost of shipping to the European Union is at my expense.
I do not accept any partial or total trade.

Specs:

 

  • Alder / Maple/ Alder Body Construction
  • 6-Bolt Miter Neck Joint
  • 5-piece Neck
  • YGD Custom V7 Pickups (AlnicoV)
  • Vintage Plus Bridge : Convertible Bridge and Saddle
  • Lightweight Open Gear Tuners
  • I.R.A Treatment
  • Made in Japan
    Weight: 4,52 In a Bathroom Scale

The Yamaha Website:

https://uk.yamaha.com/en/products/musical_instruments/guitars_basses/el_basses/bb_2017/pro_series.html

Price: 1220 € // 1090 £

 

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My main 5-string bass right now...one of the few 5-strings that have a classic P-sound...to my ears...

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