Built on the same scale as a Ricky 4001, neck thru, maple, awesome bass. I have a walnut one as well, and only need one(in fact if you come check it out you’ll have your choice). This is a rad bass, and the only neck thru version of the Paramount.
Hipshot tuners and bridge
Nelson humbucking pickup
Also routed for neck pickup under pickguard.
Squier Classic Vibe 60’s Precision Bass /
Plays and sounds excellent / all in great working order / Small surface body dent as see in pictures.
A tribute to the decade that made the P Bass® an icon, the Classic Vibe ‘60s Precision Bass® embodies the aesthetics of the original and produces massive tone courtesy of its Fender-Designed alnico split-coil pickup. Player-friendly features include a slim, comfortable “C”-shaped neck profile with an easy-playing 9.5”-radius fingerboard and narrow-tall frets, as well as a vintage-style bridge with threaded saddles. This throwback Squier model also features 1960s-inspired headstock markings, rich-looking nickel-plated hardware and a slick vintage-tint gloss neck finish for an old-school vibe.
Series: Classic Vibe
Color: 3-Color Sunburst
Body Finish: Gloss Polyurethane
Body Shape: Precision Bass®
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Finish: Tinted Gloss Urethane
Neck Shape: “C” Shape
Scale Length: 34″ (86.36 cm)
Fingerboard: Indian Laurel
Fingerboard Radius: 9.5″ (241 mm)
Number of Frets: 20
Frets Size: Narrow Tall
String Nut: Bone
Nut Width: 1.685″ (42.8 mm)
Position Inlays: White Pearloid Dot
Truss Rods: Head Adjust
Middle Pickup: Fender® Designed Alnico Split-Coil
Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
Pickup Switching: None
Pickup Configuration: Split Single Coil
Bridge: 4-Saddle Vintage Style with Threaded Steel Saddles
Hardware Finish: Nickel
Tuning Machines: Vintage-Style
Pickguard: 4-Ply Tortoiseshell
Control Knobs: Knurled Flat-Top
Strings: Nickel Plated Steel (.045-.105 Gauges)
I Went to a show a while back actually I helped a friend of mine set up the P.A. System he has a business where he rents P.A. and mics, Monitors and stuff to traveling bands who come to town to do shows. And they dont have their own P.A. Systems. A Pretty nice gig to watch music shows and get paid for it.
Anyway this show was at a private club Downtown it was a show featuring Zydeco Music, They had 3 Zydeco bands and they were good. I Was blown away, I Had heard cajon music a little, But never music like this I Was just floored with the rhythms And the percussion was amazing, The wash board instrument the players wear like a apron. Not sure what it is called, But they put a mic in front of it and it produces the greatest percussion sound you can only imagine. how this thing sounds.
Alot of the vocals sound much like the blues. And the beat is Bass Heavy and makes you want to dance. Then throw in a small accordion like squeeze box, A Harmonica, And one band had two fiddles . But all had at least one fiddle player. Mix this all up with a on the beat drummer, And some make you cry telecaster Riffs. And even a small organ
You Got Zydeco. A Couple of the bands had horns whether horn ,fiddle same guy
Or a committed horn section. Were are talking alot of band members
These guys have alot of fun and so does the crowd. I Never saw the dance floor empty. Really simple songs that sound amazing . I `m putting a You tube video below so you can hear some zydeco this is my new love and im looking to get out and find some Zydeco Musicians to play with. Well they took down my You Tube video so if you want to check out the ZYDECO Spell it just like above In the search bar on You Tube you will get some ZYDECO..
This is a new bass and brand new case. Less than two hours of playing time on it. This is the active pickup, 4-knob mahogany bass. It’s a through-neck design (not bolt on). I paid $675 and then $150 for the case. The case is custom, no other case fits a t-bird. It’s a cool bass just too heavy for me. I put nice strap locks on it too, another $20 value.
This is a Peavey T-40 Bass. I checked the serial and looks like it was manufactured in 1982. All original hardware and pickups. I’ve owned it for over 20 years, but haven’t played it in about 10 so that’s why I’m selling it. Solid ash body and maple neck. I’d say the overall condition is good, but not excellent due to some scratches on the back
Editors Note : We had a Black T-40 About a week ago so this works good we get both stock colors… P S , These Great Bass`s if you can find them sell used for about 400.00 to 1000.00 depending on condition and the mood of the seller.