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Fender Limited Edition FSR Mustang Bass PJ with Ebony F/B - £395 - SOLD
£395
Newbury

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A bit of an impulse online purchase several months ago.  It's had such limited home use since it arrived that it still has the protective plastic on the hardware. 

I need to clear some space for a new arrival so no trades, sorry.

One tiny finish flaw on the back of the bottom horn but otherwise no dings or dents.  

Scale: 30"
Weight: 3.7KG approximate (kitchen scales)
String spacing: 19mm
Comes with a basic gig bag

Would strongly prefer collection, or to meet half way, but postage may be possible.
 

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Just now, PaulHornBass said:

Stunner. Good luck with the sale!

Thank you. 

I generally prefer six string basses but in this case I got suckered by the cool all black look!

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1 hour ago, Beedster said:

That'll be gone by 5.00pm this afternoon :)

5.00pm British Summer Time that is :)

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Lovely basses. Absolutely love mine and weigh in a bit less than the standard Mex PJ Mustangs IME too. GLWTS, not that you’ll need it...

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5 minutes ago, mr4stringz said:

Lovely basses. Absolutely love mine and weigh in a bit less than the standard Mex PJ Mustangs IME too. GLWTS, not that you’ll need it...

Thanks, hopefully it will be on its way to a new home soon.

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Bugger, just bought a squire Jag in black, this would have done a treat!

Where are you based?

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23 minutes ago, andytoad said:

Bugger, just bought a squire Jag in black, this would have done a treat!

Where are you based?

Newbury, Berkshire

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23 hours ago, mr4stringz said:

Lovely basses. Absolutely love mine and weigh in a bit less than the standard Mex PJ Mustangs IME too. GLWTS, not that you’ll need it...

Why do they weigh less - any idea? Different body wood?

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25 minutes ago, jahfish said:

Why do they weigh less - any idea? Different body wood?

Same body wood I think (alder). I put it down to the hardware. The difference isn’t huge but definitely noticeable between my two.

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2 hours ago, mr4stringz said:

Same body wood I think (alder). I put it down to the hardware. The difference isn’t huge but definitely noticeable between my two.

Thanks, handy to know! 

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If it’s a special run they might simply set aside the lighter weight body blanks by comparison with those selected for the standard model

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