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Premium soft shell case for Ibanez basses, but will fit just about anything I reckon.
Zip has a little scuffing (see pic) but works just fine.
Size is approx. 125 x 40 x 15 and weighs in around 1.8kgs
Great case, just superfluous to my needs.

Price excludes shipping - ParcelForce 48 is about £15 - hence the price drop. But come and collect for the same price! 





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Tempted... I'm not a million miles away (Basildon). You likely to be aware in the general direction of Basildon at any point soon? 

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On 02/05/2021 at 10:28, binky_bass said:

Tempted... I'm not a million miles away (Basildon). You likely to be aware in the general direction of Basildon at any point soon? 


Sadly not. Well not that I am at all aware @binky_bass

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@binky_bass... I will actually be headed to Basildon for a rehearsal next Thursday (13th May) - just awaiting confirmation of which studio we are at.
Would that work for you?

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I'm pretty sure we can make that work! There's only one or two rehearsal rooms in Basildon that I know of and I'm pretty close to both of them! Let me know the details when you know and we'll get it worked out! 😁

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