1964 Danelectro Long Horn Bass 4423
A Rare Long Horn Dano Bass in clean original condition. Copper Burst finish, Dual lipstick pickups, Stack knobs, and Rosewood fingerboard. An excellent plus condition vintage bass. Great sounding. Included is the original worn but functional coffin style case with one replaced latch. OHSC $2895HOLD
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1966 Epiphone Embassy Bass Cherry
A great players Epiphone Embassy. Thunderbird IV electronics with Dual pickups and 1965 dated pots, Cherry Finish, and Batwing headstock. The bass displays lots of play wear with tons of vintage vibe. Very old headstock repair. Included is the original hardshell case. OHSC $2995
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1967 Epiphone Rivoli II Sunburst Custom Ordered
Here is a very cool Custom Ordered Bass. A seldom seen Rivoli II with dual pickups. We have seen our fair share of Dual pickup Eb-2 basses over the years but when was the last time you saw a dual pickup Rivoli? The bass was custom ordered with Stereo wiring. Easily played mono with a stereo adapter but using the Stereo application with two amps you can move mountains with this bass. Sunburst Finish, Mute system intact, Blue Label, Baritone switch, and Bonnet knobs. The bass was also ordered with two original pickguards. Shown in the photo with the Tortoise shell pickguard. Also included is a single ply white pickguard with E accent still intact. A truely "one-off" bass. Comes with its original black yellow lined hardshell case. OHSC $5500
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1967 Fender Coronado Bass II Ice Blue Metallic
Super Rare Custom Color Ice Blue Metallic that has naturally aged to an almost Teal Green Metallic coloring. Dual Pickups, Lollipop Tuners, Block Inlays, and 67 neck date stamp. The bass displays play wear with finish checking. The original frets are in nice condition from a life of flat wound strings (original used set of time period Fender strings in the case). Included is the original case. OHSC $3995
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1968 Fender Telecaster Bass Natural
A great players Telecaster Bass. A first generation example with original gray bobbin single coil pickup, Large rounded neck dated July 68C, and chrome hardware. In the 1970s the previous owner stripped the body finish down to the clear sealer coat (the original blonde finish can be found in the cavities) giving it a worn in smooth feel. The bass was routed for an extra pickup at one time under a repro single ply pickguard. Pots are dated 1977 with the original combination of plastic and cloth wire intact. The Bass plays and sounds great with that Dusty Hill type look. HSC $2350
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1959 Fender Precision Bass Sunburst
A cool Slab Board Precision Bass. Faded 3 tone sunburst finish, Tortoiseshell pickguard, Both chrome covers and handrest intact, Spaghetti Logo, 12/59 Body date, No neck date as commonly seen in late 1959, and 137947 pot date. The bass has honest play wear with some cracks in the pickguard but is all there. Original clean frets from a life of flat wound strings. A resonant bass that weighs in at 8.4 pounds and sounds great. A true relic with a great look. Included is a newer Reissue Blonde Fender Case. HSC $9000
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1960 Fender Precision Bass Sunburst
A beautiful "Under the Bed" find. One owner all original Slab Board Precision Bass. Vibrant Sunburst Finish, Spaghetti Logo, Dark Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard, 5-60 neck date, Threaded Saddles, and Both Chrome covers. Included is the clean original Brown Hardshell Case, Strap, Cord, and Polishing Cloth Bag. The bass still even has its original time period Fender flat wound strings on it with dark blue felt. The neck is near perfect and is still white displaying very little age. The body still shows a great 3 tone sunburst finish having not faded to a 2 tone as most Fenders from the time period do. Body displays some light finish checking with some small nicks. The original nitrate Tortoise Shell pickguard has a few small shrinkage cracks. We believe we were the first ones to ever remove the neck of this well maintained beauty. A great find! OHSC $13,500
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1963 / 1964 Fender Precision Bass
A great sounding Pre CBS Precision Bass that will not break the bank. The body was stripped and clear coated many years ago. The original Sunburst finish can still be seen in the neck pocket, control cavity and under the neck plate. L Plate, SEP 63 C neck date, Clay Dots, Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, Threaded saddle bridge, Tortoiseshell pickguard with Green nitrate layers, and 3046403 tone pot date. Other then newer knobs this one has all original parts. One small extra screw hole in the pickguard. Small stable stress line off of the low E tuner screw. Comfortable large neck profile and that round dark tone that this era of P basses are known for. HSC $4995
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1969 Fender Precision Bass Olympic White
Custom Color Olympic White, Tortoiseshell Pickguard, Handrest & Both Chrome Covers intact, Rosewood Fingerboard, 66 dated pots, and all original. Included is the original no tail Fender Hardshell Case, Case keys, and a Pack of Time-Period used Strings. A nice clean bass with a hint of attractive yellowing and some small nicks, dings, and case rubs. Neck is still nice and white. Nice weight at 8.85 pounds and Mar 69 neck date. OHSC $5595
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1971 Fender Precision Bass Blonde
Rare See Through Blonde Finish over an Ash Body, Rosewood Finerboard, Tortoise shell pickguard, and Both Chrome Covers intact. The handrest was moved by a previous owner. Two non original tuner screws and possibly a newer jack otherwise original. Relic type playwear that gives the bass a sensational look. OHSC $3795
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1974 Fender Precision Bass Sunburst
A Super Clean Precision Bass. Sunburst Finish, Tortoiseshell pickguard, Handrest and Chrome covers intact, Rosewood fingerboard, and light weight at 8.65 pounds. This bass has spent most of its life in its original hardshell case displaying very little playwear. OHSC $3300
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1974 Fender Precision Bass Black Rare A Neck
A Rare Combination of a Black Finish and a Factory stamped "A" neck profile. A Jazz Bass Factory like neck feel with a narrow nut on a P-Bass. Both Chrome Covers, Hand Rest intact, One Piece Maple Neck, and Light weight at 8 1/2 pounds. A few case rubs and some small nicks but in overall excellent condition. Late 1973 dated pots and all original other then a typical added ground wire. Included is the original hardshell case. OHSC $3295
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1975 Fender Precision Bass Left Handed Natural
Rare Factory Left Handed Precision Bass. Natural Finish over a figured Ash body, Hard to find Rosewood Fingerboard for the time period, and Serial number on the neck plate. A few player friendly changes done in the early 1980s with a Dimarzio pickup and pots (no extra routes) and Bad Ass bridge. Overall a clean vintage bass displaying only a few small nicks and blemishes. A great sounding bass. HSC $2395
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1983 Fender 57 Fullerton Reissue Precision Bass Olympic White with Tags
An "Under the Bed" clean Fullerton Reissue P-Bass. Custom Color Olympic White Finish, Anodized Pickguard, 3-16-83 Neck Date, and 1982 pot dates with untouched electronics. A stunning condition bass that displays just very little play wear. Comfortable weight at 8 1/2 pounds. A typical P-bass small stress line coming off the Low E tuner. Included is the original clean tweed case, Paperwork, Case Keys, Polishing Cloth, and Chrome Covers. The neck pickup Chrome Cover was never even installed. A great early Fullerton example. OHSC $2795
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1989 Fender 62 Reissue Precision Bass Mary Kaye
A Rare Mary Kaye 62 Reissue Precision Bass. Transparent Blonde Finish displaying lots of grain from the Ash body, Gold Hardware, Slab Rosewood Fingerboard, and thin body contours. Feb 1989 neck date and January 1989 body date. Other then a newer correct Gold tone knob the bass is all original. A great player and a comfortable weight at 8.9 pounds. Relic type play wear with some small nicks and dings and finish checking. Included is the original tweed hardshell case. OHSC $2095
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1965 Fender Jazz Bass Sunburst
Here is a cool all original transitional Jazz. The bass features an unbound pearl dot neck with an October 65 Neck date, Sunburst finish, Tortoiseshell pickguard, Transition logo, both covers, threaded saddles, and the original no tail Fender Case. Check out the pics of this bass because included is a picture of the original owner playing this bass. If you look close enough you can see what caused the small belt buckle patch of wear on the back of the bass. Cool bass with a lot of bottom end. OHSC $9,500
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1971 Fender Jazz Bass Sunburst
A nice clean 1971 Jazz Bass. Sunburst Finish, Tortoise shell pickguard, Bound Rosewood Fingerboard, early 1971 dated pots with untouched solder joints, and larger rounded depth neck profile. Other then an aftermarket neck pickup chrome cover the bass is all original and complete. An excellent condition bass with some finish checking on the body and some nicks & dings. Included is the original hardshell case. OHSC $4295
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1974 Fender Jazz Bass Olympic White LEFT HANDED Time Capsule
An Outstanding and Rare Left Handed Jazz Bass in Extra Fine Near Mint Condition. Olympic White Finish, 4 Bolt Maple Neck, Tortoiseshell pickguard, Untouched Electronics, and all original. Both Chrome Covers and handrest intact. Included is the original Left Handed Fender Hardshell Case. OHSC $5995
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1974 Fender Jazz Bass Sunburst
Original Sunburst Finish, Rosewood fingerboard, 4 bolt neck, and 1377424 pot dates. An attractive bass that displays some play wear with nicks & dings. Newer Fender handrest installed in the original holes. Included is the Original Hardshell case. OHSC $3295
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1974 Fender Jazz Bass Sunburst
Sunburst Finish, 4 bolt neck, and 1974 dated pickups and pots. Nice comfortable 70s Jazz Bass weight at 8.8 pounds and a straight neck. The neck is clean with very little yellowing. Some normal play wear on the body. Possibly a touched solder joint at the volume pot otherwise an original bass. Included is the original orange lined hardshell case. OHSC $3195
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1982 Fender Jazz Bass Natural
Natural Finish over a figured Ash body, 82 dated pots with untouched solder joints, 82 stamped neck date, Both Chrome Covers intact, Bound neck with dot inlays, and 1970s Fender aesthetics. We love these 1982 Fender basses. The bodies were made just like the Fullerton Reissues with deep body contours that fit snug to your body, just like a 60s Bass. Overall a clean vintage bass that displays limited play wear. Newer strap lock buttons. It had another bridge installed at one time with original reinstalled. Included is a time period non Fender hardshell case. HSC $1895
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1959 Gibson EB-2 Sunburst with Tags
A beautiful EB-2 that comes complete with its Original Hardshell Case, Hang Tag, Case Key, Baritone button instruction sheet, and an original pack of Gibson strings. A remarkably clean EB-2 from Gibson's golden year. Sunburst Finish, Banjo Tuners, Large neck profile, and orange label intact. A very clean example displaying some typical finish checking. A great find. OHSC $6000
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1962 Gibson EB-0 Cherry
A great early EB-0 with the Black Plastic pickup cover. This bass has some honest playwear with some finish checking but very little fretware from a life of flatwound strings. It also has a huge baseball bat neck profile. In fact it is the largest neck I have ever had on an EBO. No cracks or repairs on this bass and it is all original other than two missing tuner ferrules. A great thumper with a neck you will fall in love with. HSC $2395
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1967 Gibson EB-0 Sparkling Burgundy
Rare Original Sparkling Burgundy Finish, Chrome hardware, Mute and Cover intact, and Rosewood fingerboard. The finish has very little fade and is still a deep Red, not the usual Copper coloring that most Sparkling Burgundy guitars become. The guitar has a control cavity crack that has been repaired. No headstock or neck body joint issues. The neck is straight and the bass plays well. Included is the original soft case. Super Cool Color. OSSC $1995
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1967 Gibson EB-2 Sparkling Burgundy
Rare Sparkling Burgundy Metallic Finish, Neck pickup with upright like tones, Orange label intact, and Baritone switch. The bass still retains a dark finish and has not faded to copper as most do. Chrome cover intact and missing pickguard. Overall a clean vintage bass displaying some typical long checking. No headstock cracks or repairs. The bass plays well with a straight neck. Included is the original red lined case. OSSC $2795
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1977 Gibson RD Artist Bass Natural
Natural Finish over a Maple Body and Neck, Active Moog Electronics with Expansion and Compression effects, 34 inch Scale length, and string through body design. This one has been played with nicks, dings, and play wear. Moog electronics are working correctly. A few newer screws on the back plates. Marked a factory second with no noticeable construction flaws. No headstock cracks or repairs. The bass plays well. Included is the original worn case with missing handle. OHSC $1795
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1970 Guild M-85 II Bass Cherry
A Rare First generation M-85 Hollowbody bass. Double pickup model with a Hagstrom Bi-Sonic neck pickup and a Hagstom bridge humbucking pickup, Arched top, 2 3/4" body depth, Vibrant Cherry Finish over attractive Mahogany, Bound top and back, and Chesterfield Headstock logo. A clean original example displaying very limited play wear. No cracks or repairs with some common deterioration on the plastic heel cap. A great sounding bass that comes with its original hardshell case (replaced handle). We do not see these Hollowbody M-85 basses often. OHSC $4195
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1960s Kustom K200 Bass Natural
This is a great playing bass. The original owner played this one a lot and it has that perfect satin worn in feel. Natrual finish that has ambered over the years over a nicely figured Maple body, dual DeArmond pickups, semi hollow construction, and original serial number label intact in the bass side f-hole. The original owner installed more reliable tuners over the years and a newer switch tip. Included is the original hardshell case. We see the Kustom guitars from time to time but we rarely come across these basses. OHSC $1350
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1965 Mosrite Ventures Bass Blue Refin
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c.1966 Mosrite Ventures Bass Double Pickup Candy Apple Red
A cool Double Pickup Ventures Bass in Rare Candy Apple Red Finish. German Carve Body, Ventures Headstock logo, Maple Neck with some flame, and original Bridge Cover intact. The bass displays nicks, dings, and lots of play wear. The neck is straight and the bass plays well. Other then newer pots and knobs years ago, the bass is all original. Included is the original worn hardshell case. Bag $2250
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1977 MusicMan StingRay Bass Sunburst
An early StingRay Bass with a neck plate serial number just under 2800. Rare White pickguard, Sunburst Finish, One Piece Maple neck, Jan 27 1977 body date, Feb 18 1977 neck date, Strings through the body, and Epoxy pre-amp. We have just dressed the original frets and the bass sets up and plays great. Lots of honest play wear for that reliced feel. Volume pot/knob and jack were changed with the original pre-amp and tone pots intact. Weighs in at 9.8 pounds. These early Sunburst/White Pickguard examples always reminds me of Tom Hamilton's Stingray that used often in the late 1970s with Aerosmith. A great early example that comes with its original worn hardshell case. OHSC $3995
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1977 MusicMan StingRay Bass Inca Silver
Rare Factory Original Inca Silver Finish, Sep 77 dated Body, May 77 dated Neck, Serial number Neck Plate, String through body, and all original. This is one of the coolest basses and not only is it a fine looking piece but great playing as well. With most vintage Stingrays weighing in at 11 to 12 pounds, this is light weight example at just 9 and 1/2 pounds. The bass has a few finish checking lines and some small nicks and dings. The back has a silver dollar size belt buckle wear patch that is down to the undercoat. The Inca Silver model is the pinnacle of vintage Stingray basses and we are proud to offer this fine example. HSC $4495
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c.1979 MusicMan Sabre Bass Sunburst
Sunburst finish, One piece maple neck with figuring, Dual Pickups, 1979 dated pots, and C00 bridge serial number. A nice example that displays some small nicks & dings with some surface belt buckle wear on the back of the body. We have replaced the three way switch with an exact replacement as the original had become intermittent (original included). One newer back plate screw. Included is its original worn hardshell case. OHSC $2695
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c. 1978 Ovation Magnum IV
A nice example of the Magnum IV model. 3 band EQ electronics, Neck pickup with volume adjustment for each string, U shaped pole piece bridge pickup, and Cherry Red Finish. A very nice playing bass with light players wear. With the on board EQ you can dial in any tone from Gibson EBO to Fender Jazz bass. HSC $995
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1987 PRS Bass Black Fretless
Here is a Near Mint condition early PRS Bass. This one is all original and is a RARE fretless model. Black finish, Active electronics, Sweet Switch, and comes with the original hardshell case. These early PRS basses have very low production numbers and are all around great playing and sounding basses. OHSC $2295
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1974 Rickenbacker 4001 Jetglo
Jetglo Finish, Factory Grover Tuners, Chrome bridge pickup cover intact, Straight neck, and untouched electronics. The bass displays some honest playwear . A great sounding bass that comes with its original hardshell case. OHSC $2395
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1999 Rickenbacker 4003S5 5 String LEFT HANDED Mapleglo
Rare Factory Left Handed 5 String Rickenbacker Bass. Mapleglo finish, Toaster Neck pickup, Neck through construction, Mono Jack, Original Silver Hardshell Case and Hang Tags. Overall a clean bass displaying very limited play wear. OHSC $4295
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1986 Steinberger XP2 Black
An early XP2. Graphite Neck, EMG pickups, Leg Rest intact, and V shaped body. This one is number N29XX which should correlate to a 1986 production date. A great sounding bass. Overall excellent condition with some surface scratches and a small crack in the pickguard. Included is the original Steinberger gig bag with broken zipper. An affordable 1980s Steinbgerger bass. Original Bag $1495
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