Gibson Thunderbird II Electric Bass Guitar—allegedly played by Entwistle and Guigsy

Gibson Thunderbird II Electric Bass Guitar—allegedly played by Entwistle and Guigsy

This 1968 Gibson Thunderbird II Electric Bass Guitar is cool in its own right. Once you add its pedigree, yowza! See, seller says this bass wasn’t owned by just one well-known musician, but two. This non-reversed Thunderbird first belonged to the late, great John Entwistle of the Who. When John passed on, so did the bass—it was bought by Guigsy of Oasis and, seller says, owned by him for years. It comes with the original case with…

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Hagstrom Kent Electric Bass Guitar

Hagstrom Kent Electric Bass Guitar

Here’s a seriously cool blast from the ’60s, a Hagstrom Kent Electric Bass Guitar. The first thing I noticed was her awesome deco looks, which feel like they belong in an Austin Powers movie. Grooovy baybeee, yea! The design and detailing around her switches makes my mouth water, as does the funky vinyl/tweed/whatever it is patch between her pickups. Seller notes she has a red and white plastic/vinyl body, and she is in very good…

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Gibson EB-O Electric Bass Guitar

Gibson EB-O Electric Bass Guitar

You want thump? You want to try the infamous Gibson “Mudbucker” pickup in the neck position? Then step right up and check out this 1966 Gibson EB-O bass guitar. She starts with double cutaway Honduras mahogany body and neck with a Brazillian rosewood fingerboard. Then you add the beautiful cherry finish on top. Seller says this one’s a great player, with only one owner before you. She’s light on her feet, too, just 7.8 pounds of…

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Schecter Stiletto Studio-4 Fretless Electric Bass Guitar

Schecter Stiletto Studio-4 Fretless Electric Bass Guitar

Take a look at this fine fretless flirt, a used Schechter Stilleto Studio-4 fretless bass guitar. Seller says she rocks a mahogany body with a bubinga top, EMG Hz pickups and active 3-band tone technology for the sound and feeling running from your mind to your fingertips. She’s a looker, too. There’s plenty of room to roam on her 34″ scale lined rosewood fingerboard. And her satin gold hardware marries nicely with her honey satin finish. Plus…

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Roden Electric Bass Guitar

Roden Electric Bass Guitar

What do we have here? An Roden electric bass guitar made in the ’70s in the USSR. She’s an animal. The seller is from Ukraine and tries their best to describe this axe—that really does look like an axe—but some of the words get lost in translation. I honestly don’t know “the bridge can only adjust the mensure” means. I’m not sure it matters, though. If you have a hankering for instruments from the former…

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