FS: Squier Vintage Modified P-Bass with upgrades

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2009 Squier Vintage Modified P-Bass in Olympic white.

I have upgraded the wiring to full size CTS pots, Russian PIO cap and. Switchcraft jack and replaced the bridge with a high mass Fender bridge (original included in the sale). Freshly strung with D'Addario 45-105. Comes with Stagg gigbag.

The original pickguard had gone by the time I got it and the one fitted did not sit well so I cut it down to act as a control plate. Original screw holes present. No damage on bass other than these screw holes.

£200 ono in London. Open to trades/part ex/offers etc.

All trades to be completed face to face.

Cheers!








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  • FunkfingersFunkfingers Frets: 3123
    BornFromAJackal said:
    Open to trades/part ex/offers etc.
    The inevitable question, what trade items do you seek?

    I presume that you will be looking to trade upwards to more expensive equipment. (i.e. Squier + cash difference against new item.)
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  • BornFromAJackal said:
    Open to trades/part ex/offers etc.
    The inevitable question, what trade items do you seek?

    I presume that you will be looking to trade upwards to more expensive equipment. (i.e. Squier + cash difference against new item.)
    Actually I'd be looking to do a straight trade for a 6 stringer. A CV tele would be great!
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  • FunkfingersFunkfingers Frets: 3123
    Actually I'd be looking to do a straight trade for a 6 stringer. A CV tele would be great!
    Unfortunately, I have no Squier CV series instruments. 
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