It's all about the Bass!
Cort A4 Bass Guitar
This Cort A4 is a high performance bass with a stunning design. It has a beautiful aesthetic and punchy resonance thanks to the figured maple top. It has a thumping, dynamic sound from Bartolini MK-1 pickups. Its 5pc maple and panga panga neck plays beautifully.
Revalation RPBX Bass Guitar
Revalation RPBX Bass Guitar
The RPBX has a Maple C profile neck and fretboard, 20 jumbo frets and pearloid fret markers.
It has a solid body okoume wood body in a high gloss 3 tone sunburst finish. It has Entwistle PBXN bridge and neck pickups with 2 x Volume 1 x Tone controls.
Cort T35 Bass Guitar
This Cort five-string bass has a full scale Rosewood neck and 24-fret fingerboard. This T series model comes with dual humbucker pickups configuration. Body of the T35 is solid, double-cut and made of agathis It is paired with a bolted maple neck with standard C contour in the back. Black and White Pearl colour options are available with this model. It is finished in pearlescent gloss and fitted with chrome hardware. On the top, It has a five-saddled hardtail bridge and a pair of passive humbucking pickups.
Revalation RBJ 67 Bass Guitar
The RBJ 67 has a Maple C profile neck and fretboard, 20 jumbo frets and pearloid fret markers.
It has a solid body okoume wood body in a high gloss finish. It has Entwistle JBXN bridge and neck pickups with 2 x Volume 1 x Tone controls.
Cort A4 Plus Active Bass Guitar
This Cort action bass comes in three colours Metallic Blue, Metallic Red and High Gloss Black.
It has a poplar body, a maple neck and a rosewood fretboard with 24 frets.
It has active electronics which gives you a variety of tones to choose from.
It is fitted with one jazz and one set of precision pickups.
Controls: 1x Volume, 1x Bass, 1x Treble, 1x Balance.
It is also available Left Handed in High Gloss Black
Crafter 580EQ-5ST/TBK Bass Guitar
This is a 5 string acoustic bass with a quilted maple top, ashwood back and sides, a mahogany neck and Indian rosewood fretboard.
It has an LR-T 4T Pro Preamp with L.R.Baggs Element pickup. It is transparent black in a high gloss finish. It has a pearl logo, dovetail neck joint, and dot position markers. It is a relatively clean instrument in excellent condition with only a few minor marks on the body. One of the machine heads has been replaced on the lower B string.
Rare Eko Violin Bass
Mahogany Body, Hofner style pickups, Volume and tone controls, adjustable bridge, 21 frets (and zero fret). Decorative Logo on headstock. Beautifully made in Italy with hard case.
Yamaha TRBX174 Bass Guitar
With split and single coil pickups, and a fast-playing neck, the comfortably-priced TRBX174 provides a multitude of tones.
The Yamaha TRBX174 represents a price breakthrough for the TRBX range, yet the quality is everything you'd expect from a Yamaha bass.
The TRBX features a sculpted solid mahogany body, with a mass-optimized 3D design for the optimum balance between tone and comfort coupled with perfect weight distribution.
The TRBX's neck design combines a fast, ultra-comfortable profile with 5-pc maple/mahogany laminated construction for outstanding stability and excellent tone.
YGD designed H5 pickups are defined by a clean, open tone. Their quad-polepiece design and alnico magnets give them the power to drive the active circuit and the sensitivity and subtlety to capture every nuance in passive mode.
Yamaha TRB1004J Bass Guitar
Yamaha TRB-1004J 4-string Electric Bass Guitar - Natural
Maple Laminated Body
Solid Brass Bridge
Alnico V Hum-Canceling Pickups
Active 5-Control Circuit
Yamaha SB1C Bass Guitar (Circa 1969-1971)
The overall condition of the bass is very good and presentable. The machine heads, neck plate, bridge and bridge cover are original (the cover is often missing) and the paintwork is in very good order, with no major dings or knocks. The frets are in good condition too. The pickup and the scratchplace have been replaced in the past. These Japanese bass guitars are very rare in the UK. The pickup is good and vintage looking, it gives a nice tone and the bass plays very well indeed.