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September 12, 2012, 08:52:42 PM
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Any musicians interested in this beatiful bass guitar?  If there is a serious buyer I will post pictures.
It is tobacco burst.  It has the pre- lawsuit headstock. It also has the adjustable poles for each string( they only did this for one year)
  So if anyone wants to be the owner of this rare bass let me know.
  The company started in 1980...this a 1981. Shocked
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September 12, 2012, 10:45:31 PM
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Any musicians interested in this beatiful bass guitar?  If there is a serious buyer I will post pictures.
It is tobacco burst.  It has the pre- lawsuit headstock. It also has the adjustable poles for each string( they only did this for one year)
  So if anyone wants to be the owner of this rare bass let me know.
  The company started in 1980...this a 1981. Shocked

Perhaps StompRomp would be or knows someone who might.  They accept bitcoins so would presumably pay with bitcoins.

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Thanks. I shot him an email
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