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FS: Warmoth/Musikraft/Dimarzio Jazz Bass **WITHDRAWN**
£400
Canterbury

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Bought this back a few weeks ago having sold it to Graham a while back (and needing a bass to replace my Flea which also went in the Covid fire sale), but post-Covid is still trashing my income so needs to go again. Original link (plus my even earlier FS thread) here

It's a lovely bass and worth way more than the asking price (and hey, I'll always buy it back once the finances are restored anyway!).

I'm out and about in the south this weekend - Canterbury, Portsmouth, Bath - so may be able to deliver. 

Cheers

Chris

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Quick heads up folks, sale only on this I'm afraid, need to pay some unanticipated bills; this month the car, the dog and the house have all decided to stop working properly :(

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7 hours ago, Jonathan49 said:

hi would you just sell the neck? if so, how much? musically

The bass is way to good as is I'm afraid, the neck fit is glorious, it would be ethically wrong to split :)

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That's a beautiful looking Jazz, Chris! 

You do have a knack of putting these retro Fender style basses together... 

GLWTS 😊

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3 hours ago, silverfoxnik said:

That's a beautiful looking Jazz, Chris! 

You do have a knack of putting these retro Fender style basses together... 

GLWTS 😊

 

2 hours ago, grahamd said:

I can vouch for this bass. A special instrument indeed

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Thanks chaps, it is an extremely good bass, it just works in that rather hard to describe way that some instruments do but in my experience most don't, or at least not as well as this one does :)

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2 hours ago, BassApprentice said:

Just before I get too excited - from reading the post I'm guessing you aren't able to ship this to sunny Scotland?

Hi mate, I'm happy to post but would need it to be done fully insured so it's going to add a few quid to the cost. 

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I'd forgotten about this! I think for the time being I'll list it as collection of meet up only as I don't have a hard case for it and the only box I have is also not the strongest. Might be heading to Sussex/Hampshire/Wiltshire next weekend is that's of any interest!

I could arrange a hard case at buyers expense and post it if it gets that serious :)

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On 10/10/2020 at 08:29, Beedster said:

......so I'm heading down your way Nik :)

Just seen this Chris, sorry! 😁 

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18 hours ago, Dazza bass boi said:

I’m gonna chance my arm here and ask if you would consider a trade for my Yamaha BB734A?

As per the above, sale only thanks, too many basses, not enough cash :(

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On reflection, selling this bass for £400 is a silly idea, it's worth about three times that,  I think I'm going to look into selling an organ or two and keeping this :)

Well used liver anyone? 

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3 minutes ago, Beedster said:

On reflection, selling this bass for £400 is a silly idea, it's worth about three times that,  I think I'm going to look into selling an organ or two and keeping this :)

Well used liver anyone? 

Does it come with a gig bag and a maple board? 😉

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18 minutes ago, Beedster said:

On reflection, selling this bass for £400 is a silly idea, it's worth about three times that,  I think I'm going to look into selling an organ or two and keeping this :)

Well used liver anyone? 

Sensible Chris, and also makes my decision for me ;)

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