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"SOLD" YAMAHA TRB 5PII MAPLE FINISH. 2003
£1290
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The finish on this bass is a Maple top on the TRB's solid ash body.

The 24-fret through neck’s 35 scale length gives added depth to the low-B string and the custom electronics, complete with Alnico V humbucking pickups, 3-band active EQ and Piezo equipped saddles. The long-scale, 2-octave, through-body necks are perfect for optimum sustain, tonal response and playing range.

In addition to the powerful Alnico V double-coil pickups, the bass features individual brass mini-bridges for each string, loaded with a Piezo pickup system.

A pickup balancer and separate Piezo volume control allow the sound sources to be blended together which, in conjunction with the three-band active EQ, offer a simply amazing range of sounds.

Specifications Construction: Through-neck Scale Length - 35" (889mm) - Fingerboard: Ebony Radius - 19 11/16" (500mm) Frets: 24 (2 octave) Body: Light Ash with Maple top/back Neck: Maple / premium grade Mahogany 5-piece through-the-body Bridge:  Yamaha BPZ-7 with five piezo-loaded saddles/string anchors Pickups:  Alnico V Humcancelled x2, Piezo:  P.U. Controls - Master volume, Pickup balancer, Piezo volume and 3-band EQ.

It has three small areas where the varnish has come off. A purely aesthetic matter, which does not affect the function of the instrument at all. (Attached pictures)

Original case is included.

£1290/ 1500€

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5 hours ago, ebenezer said:

Lovely bass, can I ask the weight please?

Hi Ebenezer.

  4,5 kg (9,9 libras)

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Hello, is this bass still for sale, and would it be possible to ship to UK? How much wear has the fingerboard/frets had? i.e. is it ready to play or does it need some work? Many thanks, Geoff

 

 

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