1963 Danelectro LONGHORN Baritone 4623 Copper Burst
A Super Rare Longhorn Baritone. Copper Burst Finish, Stack knobs, Dual Lipstick pickups, Kluson tuners, and 63 dated pots. The instrument is in remarkable extra fine condition displaying very little play wear. The finish is still vibrant. Included is the original gig bag that was purchased with this piece when it was new. Obag $3000
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1956 Danelectro UB-2 Baritone Copper
A Rare First Year Danelectro UB-6 Baritone 6 string. Dual Lipstick pickups, Single Cutaway Body, Copper Finish, Coke Bottle headstock, Stack knobs, Kluson tuners, and 137626 pot dates. A well preserved example displaying very little play wear. Once had an extra strap button on the back of the headstock. Included is the original coffin hardshell case. A super cool model that we do not see often. OHSC $2895
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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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1963 Fender Precision Bass Sunburst
Sunburst Finish, Spaghetti Logo, Attractive Dark Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard, Clay Dots, and Tortoiseshell Pickguard. An all original bass with its original hand rest and chrome covers intact. Some honest play wear with clean original frets from a life of flatwound strings. Slightly bent D tuner paddle but fully functional. A great sounding and resonant Pre CBS P Bass. Included is the original White hardshell case with band name stencil on the lid. OHSC $7900
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1965 Fender Precision Bass Charcoal Frost
Charcoal Frost has always been one of our favorite Fender Custom Colors. We have been lucky enough to have had a few Charcoal Frost guitars and basses come through over the years and are very happy to now offer this one. This is an early first year example of Charcoal Frost with most examples of this finish being produced in 1966 and 1967. The bass is all original and comes with the original case. OHSC $10,500
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1972 Fender Precision Bass Fretless Sunburst
A crisp and clean Rare Fretless P-Bass. Sunburst finish, SEP 72 neck date, Both Chrome Covers & Handrest intact, and Tortoiseshell pickguard. An awesome setup with flat tape wound strings. Overall a very clean bass displaying very little wear. Not even much wear on the fretless fingerboard. One added screw hole for added jack stability and some sticker remnants on the front of the headstock. The bass sounds great with a warm but aggressive tone. Included is its original hardshell case. OHSC $2895
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1973 Fender Precision Bass Fretless Sunburst
A Super Clean Rare Factory Fretless Precision Bass. Sunburst finish, Tortoise Shell Pickguard, Thumbrest & Both Chrome Covers intact, Rosewood fingerboard, all original with untouched solder joints, and 1377310 pot dates. Nice and light weight at 8.6 pounds. Included is the original hardshell case. A nice one. OHSC $2995
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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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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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1970 Fender Jazz Bass Black with Matching Headstock
Rare Original Custom Color Black finish with Matching Headstock, White pickguard, Both Chrome Covers & Handrest intact, and 3047051 pot dates. A great playing all original Jazz Bass. Overall a clean vintage bass with some small nicks and dings on the body. Included is the original hardshell case. OHSC $7500
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1983 Fender Jazz Bass Black
This style of Fender Jazz Bass was made for just about a two year period from 1981 into early 1983, during the Fender "Smith Era" period. They featured factory original white pickup covers, white strat knobs, a white pickguard, bound neck with black dot inlays, no chrome covers, and a S8 serial number. The body has deeper contours more akin to the Fullerton Reissues then to a late 1970s model. This bass is super clean sporting its original black finish, untouched solder joints and an early 1983 neck ink stamp. Included is its original hardshell case. OHSC $1995
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1982 83 Fender Jazz Bass Sunburst Fullerton 62 Reissue
An early Fullerton Reissue Stack Knob Jazz Bass in beautiful condition. The bass comes with both Chrome Covers, Both Hang Tags, Instruction Manual, Case Keys, Mutes, and the original tweed hardshell case. DEC 13 1982 Body date, 1-6-83 neck date, Slab Board, 1378207 pot dates, Sunburst Finish, Thin Fullerton body contours, and V00 serial number. The bass is very clean displaying just some very minor play wear. OHSC $3195
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1985 Fender Jazz Bass Sunburst 62 Reissue
A very cool historical Reissue Jazz Bass. 1-6-85 neck date is the earliest 1985 neck date we have ever encountered. With the Fullerton factory ceasing production in February of 1985, this bass is perhaps among the last Fullerton Jazz Bass reissues produced, using up Fullerton parts before the move to Corona in late 1985. Jan 1983 dated body, 1982 dated pots, Sunburst Finish, Slab Rosewood fingerboard, Stack knobs, desirable thin Fullerton body contours, and both Chrome Covers and hand rest intact. Overall a very clean bass displaying minor play wear. Included is the original tweed case and case keys. OHSC $2995
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1969 Fender Telecaster Bass Blonde
A great First Version Telecaster Bass for the player. Slab body with original blonde finish, One piece maple neck with large C profile stamped Jun69C, Professionally replaced Dimarzio P-Bass style pickup many years ago, original 1966 dated pots with some original cloth wiring, and repro pickguard. Light weight Telecaster Bass at 9.45 pounds. A great playing and sounding Tele Bass. HSC $2150
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1967 Gibson EB-2D Cherry
Cherry Finish, Dual Pickups, Baritone Switch, Chrome Cover and Mute system intact. An all original EB-2D that comes with its original Lifton yellow lined hardshell case. Overall an excellent condition vintage bass displaying some typical light finish checking. The best of both worlds with a mini humbucking pickup in the bridge and your thumping/fat sounding neck pickup. OHSC $3250
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1962 Gibson EB-0 Cherry
Another 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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1965 Gibson EB-3 Cherry
Cherry Finish, Dual Pickup with Varitone switch, Mute, Handrest & Chrome Cover still intact. All original condition with No cracks or crack repairs. Overall excellent vintage condition with a small ding touch up next to the lead tone knob, some light playwear, and some typical finish checking. Very little fretwear on the original frets from a life of flatwound strings. Large comfortable rounded neck profile. A great sounding versatile EB-3 for that Jack Bruce tone and look. Bass comes with a 70s EBO case. HSC $4500
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1978 Gibson RD Artist Bass Sunburst
Attractive Sunburst Finish, Moog Electronics, No cracks or crack repairs, Original Hardshell Case, Owners Manual and Schematic sheet. A versatile bass with variety of tones. Displays some average players wear with some nicks, dings, and arm wear. Original hardshell case is functional with replaced handle but does show wear and tear. OHSC $2395
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1978 Gibson RD Artist Bass Natural
Natural Finish, Active Moog Electronics, and Strings through body. The bass comes with its original hardshell case, Owners Manual, Schematic, and Gibson warranty paperwork. An excellent condition vintage bass that plays great. No cracks or repairs. OHSC $2195
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1967 Guild Starfire Bass Cherry
An early Guild Starfire Bass with the original & desirable Hagstom Bi Sonic pickup. Cherry Finish, Dual thumbrests, Mahogany Body & neck, and Rosewood fingerboard. This bass has a nice straight neck with correctly working truss rod. This one delivers that great warm woody tone that these early Starfire basses are known for. Other than one new tuner screw this bass is all original. No headstock cracks or repairs. There is a scrape on the back of the headstock that has left the serial number illegible and the soundhole label is not intact. Given the Hagstrom pickup and specs of this instrument we are confident in a 1967 production date. HSC $2395
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1972 Guild Jetstar II Bass JSII LEFT HANDED
A Rare factory Left handed Jetstar II Bass. Dual humbucking pickups, untouched original electronics, matching serial number Guild oval label on the back of the control cover, No cracks breaks or repairs. Some small edge body nicks and some light checking but overall an excellent condition vintage bass. Other than newer Gibson control knobs the bass is all original with a newer hardshell case. HSC $2495
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1973 Guild M-85 II Bass Walnut
A very cool M-85 II Bass. The bass model of the Bluesbird guitar and a hard to find model. Dual Pickups, Factory Master volume and Phase switch, Mahogany body with carved top, adjustable wood saddles, and 1973 dated pots on an untouched harness. Often known as the Sheryl Crowe bass for her consistent use of this exact model. Other than one changed knob the bass is all original with no cracks or crack repairs. The bass displays play wear with lots of small nicks and dings. A great sounding bass and a versatile two pickup model. Included is the original hardshell case. OHSC $2295
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1978 Guild B301 White
Original White finish that has aged to an ivory coloring, 34 inch scale, straight neck, and Rosewood fingerboard. The guitar displays average playing wear with some nicks & dings. Appears to have aftermarket TV style knobs. A nice affordable American made player. HSC $895
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1980 Guild B302 White
Original White Finish, Dual Pickups, 34 inch Scale, Straight Neck, and Rosewood fingerboard. The bass displays some play wear with nicks and dings. Newer knobs. Included is a hardshell case. HSC $995
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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. Straight Neck with light fret wear. 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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1979 MusicMan StingRay Bass Natural
Another great light weight Stingray bass. String through body design, Natural finish over an ash body, Maple neck, and a weight just under 9 1/4 pounds. A superb playing all original bass. Comes with a more recent hardshell case. A few nicks and dings mostly on the edge of the body and some neck finish wear in the second position. Overall an excellent condition vintage Stingray bass that sounds awesome. HSC $2450
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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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1986 Rickenbacker 4001 Silver
A cool Rickenbacker 4001 in very hard to find Silver Metallic Finish with Black Binding. The bass is all original with some honest playwear including some nicks and dings on the finish and wear on the hardware. HSC $2095
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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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