Yamaha BBP34 in Midnight Blue (Pro Series made in Japan) with custom black scratchplate. Comes with robust hard case and original scratchplate. Original pack of tools are included.
Will courier at buyer's expense.
I'm very relunctantly selling this. It's by far the best premium bass that I've owned. It feels very solid and well put together, and sounds great. I'm really keen on the neck. It's also really well balanced. The problem for me, is that its just a little heavy for my slight frame and shoulder/back issues.
I'm open to lighter PJ basses as a trade. I'm particularly looking for a Yamaha BB434 or light BB734a.
The action is set medium-low and has DR Lo-Rider Nickel strings.
Images below. Here's a link to Richard's post who was the previous owner, with more images and information:
This is my 2019 Ibanez SR300EB.
Its the weathered black finish. Really nice condition, just a mark on the back from a belt buckle. Just fitted new Roto strings 45-105 roundwound. Plays really nice, lovely narrow neck. Sounds good, everything works as it should. All completely standard.
Reasonable offers considered
I bought this new last year. It's only been used a handful of times because I'm playing bass a lot less now. Beautiful natural finish and solid tone with a nice bit of growl typical of Lakland basses.
Collection is preferred, but I can ship at extra cost.
Feel free to message me with any questions. See below for the official blurb.
The 44-64 is modelled after the venerable workhorse '64 P bass. One custom-wound Lakland pickup provides a bruising punch and drive that nails the vintage split humbucker tone, sending it through the roof with full voicing and modern energy. The body and 34" scale maple neck have an excellent balance.
Nut Width: 1.5"
Nut Type: Delrin
Fret Size: .041/.085"
Width at Final Fret: 2.48"
1st Fret Neck Depth: .76"
12th Fret Neck Depth: .94"
Fingerboard Radius: 10"
Scale Length: 34"
Bridge String Spacing: .78"
Neck Wood: Flat-Sawn Rock Maple
Body wood: Ash
Fingerboard: Fretted Maple
Tuners: Hipshot Lisc. Ultra-Lite's
Truss Rod Access: Neck Heel: 4mm Hex
Bridge: Lakland Dual Access
I am putting up for sale/trade my Fender USA Elite Jazz bass in beautiful natural finish.
I got it through Bassdirect in 2019 and I have gigged it only a number of times since then (there are the usual marks from playing but overall the bass is in immaculate condition - very well looked after and stored in it's case when it wasn't played) They still retail for £1600-£1800 new online - this could be yours for a lot less!
The elite series jazz bass has more or less the same features/specs as the more recent American Ultra Jazz Bass I think - IMO they are very identical, very comfy neck profile and super versatile tone palette thanks to the onboard pre-amp.
The bass is located in North London and comes in a very sturdy Fender flight case with all the bits included. Collection preferred (at social distance) or I can arrange a courier at buyers expense.
Cash is king but as far as trades go, only bass I am interested in would be a Fender American Original 60s P Bass with Rosewood Board In Olympic White.
Any questions, PM me!