Monday, 16 November 2015
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Ok, I feel a little bad listing this for sale here, but at the end of the day while I didn't have any trouble with my fretting hand with the fan, I could never get comfortable playing on this without a pick (which I've been trying to get better at) due to the angled pickups and my habit of anchoring on the neck pickup. So, while this is an awesome bass and has hands down the hugest sounding low B of anything I've ever played, I'm biting the bullet and moving on. [img:2a7qn6kk]https://drewpeterson7.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/dsc_01441.jpg?w=700&h=&crop=1[/img:2a7qn6kk] This is a Afterburner I 5-string, of which I'm at least the second owner - got it in a trade from a Canadian friend of mine. It's been gigged so it's definitely not a case queen, but it's in pretty clean shape - a little patch of wear at the bass of the low B on the bridge, a little bit of light fretwear on some of the lower strings/frets, and the occasional small ding or swirl mark consistent with an instrument that's been played. It has the Blue Qube switch on it, as well. I'm looking at $1600 shipped within the Continental US - I'd be happy to ship to Canada, but I'd want to get a shipping quote first. I'll ship this in its original case with the appropriate set of allen keys, with a fresh set of strings on. I have a low post count here, but I'm active on a number of guitar boards, most notably metalguitarist.org and sevenstring.org (I'm primarily a guitarist), have 100% positive iTrader feedback on both sites, and would be happy to provide references if you want them, since I've only posted a few times here (ironically, mostly about trying to anchor your thumb on an angled pickup). Happy to answer any specific questions as well. Thanks!
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Thread can be closed, this one's gone and in the hands of her new (and very happy!) owner.
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