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P/J Bitsa with Seymour Duncan active Pups & Pre Now £110
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NOW REDUCED TO £110 + shipping

For sale is a P/J Bitsa built using a Harley Benton MM 84a SB Deluxe neck (24 fret 2xoct),

an alder body,

Seymour Duncan Active EQ P & J Pups ( the ones with the mini tone switches on the top of the pups)

and a Seymour Duncan Active STC 2A 9v preamp ( this has the pull-up boost on the master vol).

Suggesting £160 plus shipping

(I have plenty of good quality cartons from recent purchases)

Parts value                                                          Used                       New

Seymour Duncan Active EQ P                              £35                      £85

Seymour Duncan Active EQ J                               £35                     £85

Seymour Duncan Active STC 2A                          £55                     £105

Alder body                                                             £30                     £65 ?

Harley Benton MM 84a SB Deluxe neck             £30                      £30

Total value                                                            £185                    £370









Thanks for looking.

Edited by JohnDaBass
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Nice looking bass. Can you get up to the 24th fret - looks like it would be difficult from the photos but appreciate that might not have been the priority when you were putting it together.


And lets face it the rest of the band probably doesn't want us up there anyway!!!

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