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***TRADED***Ibanez AFR A105F Fretless by Rolf Spuler/original 90s

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So lets see if anyone is interested in this very rare fretless bass; up for grabs is an original Ibanez AFR A105F from the early/mid 90s designed by the great and late luthier Rolf Spuler. This design was all about ergonomics and playing comfort and it is the most comfortable bass you will ever play seated or standing. It also sounds incredible, I put Thomastik Jazz Flats on it and the sound is right on, singing and warm & full. Its got a magnetic pick up, bass/treble controls and piezos that can be blend in or played alone. The bass is in very good condition, always looked after, id say a 9.2 out of 10 with just some tiny wear on the back. The Fingerboard is in top shape, no weak spots or choking out, this bass is good to go. I will also include the truss rod tool and allen key for adjustment. 
Only around 250 five string versions were ever made and within these around 50 were fretless...so yes its a very rare bass. Ibanez is currently running a reissue on these basses with fretted 4 string and 5 string vesions. However these are made in Indonesia and have slightly different features. While being nice basses in my eyes they arent on par with the original ones. Fretless is the way to go with these. If I played more fretless I wouldnt let this bass go but its been collecting dust. 

Some Specs: 

Serial Number 515 made in 1992/1993
34 inch scale 
19mm Spacing
Raintree/Saman Wood Body
Maple Neck
Ebony Fretless Fingerboard
Magnetic Pick up / Piezo Pick Ups
Bass & Treble controls + Magnetic/Piezo Blend
3,7 KGs

Shipped in hardshell case (its not the original one but does the job, and more importantly, is blueeee inside!)

Shipping within Europe is no problem. Shipping to the UK is also possible, but it will be pricey. 
If you have any questions please hit me via PM. Thanks.














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