Pictures Say It All
Pictures Say It All
MIK Spirit in brilliant red sunburst. Really great condition,
there is maybe 1 or 2 small dings on the body, and a small scratch on the back of the neck at the 12th fret, otherwise it’s clean as a whistle.
Neck and frets are good. These are getting harder to come by. Great for the bassist tired of a heavy axe.
I replaced the rather weak stock pickups with a set of EMG 35HZ passive soapbars with rings, at the same time I installed an Elek-Trix Jazz blender wiring harness – master volume/blend/tone.
The tone pot has dip switches that can be adjusted to 9 different cap values. They are set up as humbuckers but single coil wiring is possible. A nice set of 3 Jazz bass type knobs add to the upgrade.
Fender Music Master Bass
Check it out.
Do you want this rad little short scale bass?
Fender, made in the USA. Two knobs, one for volume and one for tone. All original electronics and hardware.
Hate to part with this. It just sits in the corner of my room and weeps.
Here is a crazy looking old Decca bass guitar from the 1960’s.
It was made in Japan and I suspect it was made by the same folks who made the Teisco Del Rey guitars and some other imports from that era.
It features two pickups with rocker switches and controls for volume and tone. It has a plastic guard and a chrome control plate.
As you can see the finish shows some small scratches, nicks and dings but nothing terrible. There is a section of missing binding on the bass side of the fingerboard from the nut to the 5th fret or so One tuner is changed.
The neck is REALLY chunky but still comfortable and the small frets are in good shape. Both pickups work and have good output. The bass plays and sounds good for an early import,
and it definitely looks cool. So while it may not replace your Fender or other more modern bass it’s still fun to play and eye catching
Excellent quality and sound that will exceed most American P basses.
Sweet vibe and sound.
It’s a player.
This is an awesome sounding acoustic bass! I am a recording engineer/record producer and I bought this for a record I was working on.
We used it one day in the studio and we no longer need it now that the record is done.
If your looking for a screaming acoustic bass that you can actually hear ,Pick up one of these if you can find one that is ..
a great sounding acoustic bass.
This bass is in great condition except for a couple of small dings(see pictures).
The bass has been upgraded with an EMG BT circuit, and the neck is fantastic – one of the best I’ve ever played!
Old Peavey t-40 (early 80s, I think). Freakin’ sweet bass. Super versatile and sounds amazing. Pretty good shape for it’s age.
Editors Notes : Hey Why Not 2 t-40`s in the same day Love It.