Jump to content
1966powers

(SOLD)YAMAHA TRB JP2 + HARVEST LEATHER BASS BAG
£1850
Valencia (Spain)

Recommended Posts

Posted (edited)

Yamaha TRB John Patitucci Signature Bass  in good condition + Harvest Leather Bass Bag  in good condition too.   

 

Details:

YAMAHA TRB JP2

Weight: 11,24 lbs / 5,1 kg.

Scale: 35” 

Bridge: 19mm 

26 frets

Nut: 2 3/16”

Radius: 40” 

Body: Alder and Ash (layered), with Quilt Maple top and back

Neck: Maple 3 pcs

Fingerboard: Ebony

Bolt-on neck 

Hardware: Gold; Tuners have white perloid pegheads

Pickups: Alnico V hum cancelling

Electronics: Volume, Blend, 3 band EQ (+/- Treble Mid Bass) N.B. the mid control is continuous, as opposed to the 3-way rotary selector switch found on the earlier TRB JP model and other TRBs/BBs

Mother of Pearl and Abalone inlays, gloss finish.

 

HARVEST LEATHER BASS BAG

Cow Antique. Calf leather in retro look. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by 1966powers
  • Like 8

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Oh, I thought it said 4.6kg, which is the weight of my TRB-5Px

5.1kg is the weight of my TRB6, so still about right 👍

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Very nice bass! I deeply regret I sold mine... :( 

 

Edited by bassmayhem
  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
20 hours ago, bassmayhem said:

Muy bonito bajo! Lamento profundamente haber vendido el mío ...:( 

 

Yes it is ... it also has a crystal clear, clear, deep sound ...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.



  • Similar Content

    • By Martyin3d
      Could really do with moving this on hence a PRICE DROP to £700

      Bought this from new in June last year. It looks and sounds great and has tonnes of versatility. Unfortunately though my hands are just too small for the 35" scale and it's not getting the love it deserves. The finish really is quite impressive in the flesh and it's been incredibly well cared for. 

      Specs (from https://www.yamahamusiclondon.com/TRB-1006J-6-String-Bass-Guitar-Natural/pidGTRB1006JNT)
      General Construction: Bolt-on Scale Length: 35" (889.0mm) Body Finish: Gloss Polyurethane Neck Materials: Maple / Mahogany (or Nato) 5-Piece Neck Finish: Satin Polyurethane Fingerboard Materials: Rosewood Fingerboard Radius: 40" (1000 mm) Fret wire: Medium Number of frets: 24 Nut materials: Bone Width @ 0 Fret / 12th Fret: 50.0 / 73.6 mm Thickness @ 1st Fret / 12th Fret: 20.0 / 24.0 mm Neck Pickup: Humcanceled Single Coil / Alnico V Middle Pickup: - Bridge Pickup: Humcanceled Single Coil / Alnico V Controls: Master Volume, Pickup Balancer, 3-Band EQ(Bass, Middle, Treble) Pickup Switch:  - Bridge: Solid Brass String spacing: 17mm Tailpiece: - Tuning Machines: Die-cast Pickguard: - String gauge: D'Addario EXL170-6SL /0.032-0.130 Super Long (6 strings) Case/Bag: not included  
      Based in Bristol, cash on collection would be preferred but I would be open to considering shipping. Any questions please do ask! 

       










    • By ash
      A rare Yamaha SB-50 Bass for sale from around 1973. This is a cool bass, well gigged but solid and sounding great. It has a medium scale and a distinctive German carve - or pie crust look. It’s all original but missing the bridge mute and pickup ashtrays. These appear to be quite collectible and crop up on Talkbass occasionally with the predictable daft prices on Reverb. It’s one of Yamaha’s first original basses and it’s quirky ‘Les Paul by Dali’ looks will make you stand out on stage! It’s also very red…..
      It weighs around 4kgs sounds really very good from old school rock to modern tones. I was amazed by how versatile it is. Plays well and the neck is great too.
      Not sure how to price it but it’s definitely a sale only and I won’t be sending it overseas - sorry. Let’s try £295 - certainly a change from a MIM Precision. 
      Note there is a crack on the lacquer in the body but this hasn’t effected neck stability. 
       
      My cat loves it! More pics to follow.
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
    • By alex_1_2_3
      I've had my Yamaha SLB200 for a little while now and I think it's possibly the nicest EUB I've played - both in terms of the tone and playability. Not long ago I put on some synthetic evah slap strings and I think it gives a fairly convincing old school tone. Here's a short video example. Any other SLB200 users out there? I'd love to know if there are any mods that can give an even more convincing double bass sound.
       
    • By wegale
      Early Yamaha TRB5 fretted bass finished in a very dark grey. It has a 34” scale.  Made in Japan, the serial number is 6P02004 which I believe is in a format used by Yamaha between 1986 and 1989. I bought the bass, new, around 1989/90; it’s not been played a lot as I’ve concentrated on fretless bass for the last twenty years. The bass comes with its original Yamaha hard case, both are in excellent  condition.  The bass has never been damaged or repaired apart from the fitting of a new input socket.






×
×
  • Create New...