Kay Jazz Special Electric Bass Guitar

Kay Jazz Special Electric Bass Guitar

Good gravy, it’s a blond Kay Jazz Special Electric Bass Guitar from 1957. (I wish I could tell you where she was made but I don’t know. Ask seller.) Seller writes this is the same model guitar Paul McCartney used on his Wings tour in the 70s, only his axe was black. Seller notes the blond models are much harder to find, going so far as to call it a “holy grail” model. So you got that…

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Schaefer Electric Bass Guitar

Schaefer Electric Bass Guitar

The pickguard on this Schaefer Electric Bass Guitar reached out and grabbed my attention by the throat. Granted, it’s a small detail but it takes a fairly run of the mill bass and steps it up a notch. Seller has this listed as a Teisco/Schaefer. I think that means Teisco made it in Japan and branded her as a Schaefer. She’s from the 60s. Seller writes she’s fully functional and totally set up with all 19 of…

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Warwick Nobby Meide Electric Bass Guitar

Warwick Nobby Meide Electric Bass Guitar

Hold the damn train, this 2002 Warwick Nobby Meide Electric Bass Guitar from Germany deserves a little extra attention. Seller doesn’t say much about her or what wood she’s made of other than “solid.” He lets the pictures speak for him. Seller rates this interesting instrument as 9+ out of 10 with no visible dings or scratches. There is some light oxidation on her gold hardware. Note her tuners are under her bottom bout. Absent any explanation…

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Ernie Ball Musicman StingRay 4 Electric Bass Guitar

Ernie Ball Musicman StingRay 4 Electric Bass Guitar

What’s that gliding peacefully under the sonic waves? Why, it’s a 2002 American-made Ernie Ball Musicman StingRay 4 Electric Bass Guitar in black sparkle finish with matching headstock. Seller says she’s in excellent condition with just some slight buckle rash that you cannot really see unless you view it from an angle. The only other issue is above the nut on her Rosewood fingerboard. Seller thinks it was repaired when her nut was replaced. Aside from…

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Peavey Axcelerator Electric Bass Guitar

Peavey Axcelerator Electric Bass Guitar

There she was just a walkin’ down the street, going boom boom boom slap slap boom slappa boom. Or at least that’s what came to mind when I first laid eyes on this Peavey Axcelerator Electric Bass Guitar. She’s a juicy little American-made filly with a beautiful Big Sky Country blue finish and no major issues except the expected dings and chips that players acquire. Seller’s short on many details such as the year she was made, what she’s made of and what pickups…

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Hofner 500/1 Electric Bass Guitar

Hofner 500/1 Electric Bass Guitar

Get ready to channel your inner Paul McCartney with this Hofner 500/1 Electric Bass Guitar from 1963. This lovely lady comes from Germany and she was born the same year the Beatles really hit it big in England and America. Seller reports she’s in excellent physical condition for her age and sounds great. Her sunburst finish is almost pristine with the exception of tiny wear mark where a thumb would rest. Check the second photo below. This…

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Fender Jazz Bass Guitar

Fender Jazz Bass Guitar

Put a diaper on me, I just may wet myself. Take a gander at this ONE OWNER all original Fender Jazz Bass Guitar from 1965 plus her original hardshell case. As seller says, it’s one of “THOSE stories.” An older gentleman brought the guitar into seller’s shop and he had been her sole owner and player. She’s all original with most of the pre-CBS features—transition logo, pearl dots, no binding and early tuners. Even her pot dates…

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G&L JB-2 Electric Bass Guitar

G&L JB-2 Electric Bass Guitar

I’ve always been partial to G&L instruments having played an ASAT for years. I like the vibe of this G&L JB-2 Electric Bass Guitar. For those who don’t know, G&L stands for the legendary George Fullerton and Leo Fender and is the guitar company they started after selling Fender Guitars to CBS in the 60s. She’s an original—not part of the “Tribute” series—so she’s made in America with a fun transparent orange finish (which sometimes looks red…

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Fender Musicmaster Electric Bass Guitar

Fender Musicmaster Electric Bass Guitar

Every once and a while I see something that presses my mental pause button. This Fender Musicmaster Electric Bass Guitar just hit it big time. Why? She’s been tinkered with and she presents you with the choice to keep and play her as is, restore her or just collect and admire her. Seller writes she was made in America in 1976 (our nation’s bicentennial—very patriotic) with a 30″ scale and a Rosewood fretboard. She’s got some play…

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Gibson Victory Standard Bass Electric Guitar

Gibson Victory Standard Bass Electric Guitar

Lots of fine guitars are out for a stroll today including this Gibson Victory Standard Bass Electric Guitar. She’s an American girl, born in 1981. Seller notes she’s all solid—no cracks, no wood separation and her only wear is cosmetic from playing. I love her custom-cut genuine tooled leather pick guard. No, it’s not original but it sure looks nice. While we’re on the topic of originality, that applies to her body, neck, bridge, tuners and strap…

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