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  1. Sadowsky MetroExpress Vintage J/J Bass, Morado (Pau Ferro) Fingerboard, 5-String - Olympic White #7821
    $949.00

    Roger Sadowsky's goal was always to further improve an already very successful bass design by making a number of detailed improvements. Along with the electronics, which he developed by himself, he succeeded to raise the well-known J-bass sound to a new level, so today you can speak of a typical Sadowsky tone: Never harsh or shrill sounding, with strong, powerful but never muddy bass, with present, but not too aggressive mids, and a sweet and airy treble range. All features of this modern bass sound can also be found in the 21-Fret Vintage J/J basses of the MetroExpress series. All basses are lightweight with approximately 8.4 pounds. A good choice for bass players who are looking for a lightweight solution for the stage in addition to a modern bass sound. This five-string version of the Sadowsky Vintage J/J Bass features an Olympic White finish, a tortoise pickguard, and Morado (Pau Ferro) fingerboard.

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  2. Sadowsky MetroExpress Hybrid P/J Bass 4-String Black Metallic #2921
    $899.00

    Roger Sadowsky's goal was always to further improve an already very successful bass design by making a number of detailed improvements. Along with the electronics, which he developed by himself, he succeeded to raise the well-known P/J bass sound to a new level, so today you can speak of a typical Sadowsky tone: Never harsh or shrill sounding, with strong, powerful but never muddy bass, with present, but not too aggressive mids, and a sweet and airy treble range. All features of this modern bass sound can also be found in the 21-Fret Hybrid P/J basses of the MetroExpress series. All basses are lightweight with approximately 8.4 pounds. A good choice for bass players who are looking for a lightweight solution for the stage in addition to a modern bass sound. This five-string version of the Sadowsky Hybrid P/J Bass features a Black Metallic High Polish finish, a tortoise pickguard and a fingerboard made of Morado – also known as Pau Ferro.

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  3. USED 2011 G&L ASAT Bass Semi-Hollow Blonde #2646
    $1,600.00

      This USA made G&L ASAT Semi-hollow bass offers comfort, tone, and stunning looks. The Blonde finish over Swamp Ash body looks like a million bucks. The lighter weight semi-hollow body (8.5 pounds) and #8 "Modern Narrow" Neck (Jazz bass 1-1/2" nut width) with 12" radius, create a comfort few basses can rival. Built in 2011 it is in excellent condition. The neck is straight and true. The frets show no wear. It comes with the original hardshell case and all paperwork. This bass would sell for just over $2400 at 2022 prices.
      As if that weren't enough, G&L's top notch electronics are represented in full effect on this beauty. The same Magnetic Field Design pickups and switching as on the L2000 are here and offer an incredible array of tones at your fingertips.

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  4. Sadowsky MetroLine 24-Fret Vintage J/J Bass 5-String 59 Burst
    $3,900.00

    Roger Sadowsky's goal was always to further improve an already very successful bass design by making a number of detailed improvements. Along with the electronics, which he developed by himself, he succeeded to raise the well-known J/J bass sound to a new level, so today you can speak of a typical Sadowsky tone: Never harsh or shrill sounding, with strong, powerful but never muddy bass, with present, but not too aggressive mids, and a sweet and airy treble range. All features of this modern bass sound can also be found in the 24-Fret Vintage basses of the MetroLine series made exclusively in Germany.

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  5. Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay Special 4H Frost Green Pearl #7430
    $2,499.00

      That big powerful iconic sound with improved playability, the StingRay 4H with roasted maple neck and fingerboard produces a look, feel and sound that is remarkably unmistakable. The Music Man StingRay took the bass world by storm in its debut in 1976. Since then it has remained one of the most popular instruments amongst professional bassists, and for good reason.
      Featured revisions include an enhanced contour that is rounded for more comfort in any playing position, a sculpted neck joint for uninhibited upper fret access to all 22 stainless steel frets, and lightweight aluminum hardware providing a lighter, more balanced instrument. The improved StingRay electronics feature powerful neodymium magnets for higher output and a 18-volt 3-Band preamp for extra clean headroom without clipping. Solid roadworthy construction, elegant oval pickguard, 3+1 tuning key configuration, and the ever popular Music Man humbucker for that revered iconic StingRay sound.

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  6. Sadowsky MetroLine 24-Fret Modern Bass, Red Alder Body, 5-String - '59 Burst Transparent #4322
    $3,970.00

    Roger Sadowsky's goal was always to further improve an already very successful bass design by making a number of detailed improvements. Along with the electronics, which he developed by himself, he succeeded to raise the well-known J/J bass sound to a new level, so today you can speak of a typical Sadowsky tone: Never harsh or shrill sounding, with strong, powerful but never muddy bass, with present, but not too aggressive mids, and a sweet and airy treble range. All features of this modern bass sound can also be found in the 24-Fret Modern basses of the MetroLine series made exclusively in Germany. All basses are lightweight with approximately 8.9 lbs (4.0 kg). A good choice for bass players who are looking for a lightweight solution for the stage in addition to a modern bass sound. Deep cut cutaways for better playability, 24 frets, soapbar pickups in modern position near bridge, active electronics with true bypass, Vintage Tone Control, treble and bass boost, ultralight Sadowsky tuners and the special Sadowsky bridge for quick string release meet all requirements of modern bass playing. The 5-string bass in sleek undersized J-Style shaped red alder body and modern appearance without a pickguard comes in '59 Burst Transparent High Polish finish.

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  7. G&L JB-5 - Pine - Old School Tobacco Sunburst #4119
    $2,070.00

    The JB-5 projects a time-honored, yet subtly progressive vibe; embracing the past yet unafraid of moving forward. The slim, hard-rock maple neck features an easy-playing satin finish, while its comfortable 9 1/2" radius and Jescar 57110 medium-jumbo nickel-silver frets deliver silky playability. Its Leo Fender-designed Saddle-Lock bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument. The moment you open the deluxe Tolex hardshell case, you’ll be greeted with an instrument of timeless elegance and a delicious aroma that’ll have your pulse racing.

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  8. G&L JB Lightweight Empress - Pearl Grey Satin/Frost #2173
    $2,354.00

    Upgraded with lightweight Empress body, 3-ply white pearl pickguard, and satin vintage tint neck finish. Players fond of the old adage "if it ain't broke…" haven't played a JB. You see, the G&L JB is all about refinement, blending "holy grail" Alnico single-coil tone with modern improvements and superb craftsmanship. The JB's classic Alnico V pickups have tone reminiscent of the best examples from the early '60s, thanks to the work of Paul Gagon, G&L VP Engineering. The JB projects a time-honored yet subtly progressive vibe, embracing the past yet unafraid of moving forward. The Medium-C, hard-rock maple neck features an easy-playing satin finish, and Plek-dressed medium-jumbo nickel frets deliver silky playability. What's more, the JB features an innovative Leo Fender-designed Saddle-Lock bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument.

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  9. G&L Fullerton Deluxe LB-100 - Pine Body - Old School Tobacco #1321
    $1,955.99

    Featuring a beautiful and lightweight Pine body. The G&L LB-100 made its debut twenty years ago in response to bassists asking for a subtle evolution of the p-style platform. With a slightly streamlined body shape for improved comfort and balance. The LB-100 also brought the G&L Saddle Lock bridge for richer note definition and sustain. The Alnico V pickups are wound in-house at G&L. Playability is enhanced with Plek fret processing as well, making this LB-100 the best yet. Made in Leo Fender's historic G&L facility on Fender Avenue in Fullerton, California.

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  10. G&L Fullerton Deluxe JB - Pine Body - 3-Tone Sunburst #2038
    $1,955.00

    Featuring a beautiful and lightweight Pine body. Players fond of the old adage "if it ain't broke…" haven't played a JB. You see, the G&L JB is all about refinement, blending "holy grail" Alnico single-coil tone with modern improvements and superb craftsmanship. The JB's classic Alnico V pickups have tone reminiscent of the best examples from the early '60s, thanks to the work of Paul Gagon, G&L VP Engineering. The JB projects a time-honored yet subtly progressive vibe, embracing the past yet unafraid of moving forward. The Medium-C, hard-rock maple neck features an easy-playing satin finish, and Plek-dressed medium-jumbo nickel frets deliver silky playability. What's more, the JB features an innovative Leo Fender-designed Saddle-Lock bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument.

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  11. G&L CLF Research L-2500 5-String - Natural #1253
    $1,999.00

    Harking back to the late 70's when Leo Fender was developing new innovations at his CLF Research company, and gearing up to launch his new G&L brand; the new CLF Research L-2500 pays homage to its roots with classic details including the early CLF/G&L headstock and neck profile, beautifully reproduced aluminum CLF knobs, elegant-chrome control plate housing the Tri-Tone Preamp and color-coded mini toggle switch tips.

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  12. G&L Tribute JB-2 3-Tone Sunburst #0856
    $549.99

    The G&L Tribute JB-2 is all about refinement, blending "holy grail" Alnico single-coil tone with modern Leo Fender improvements. The JB-2's classic Alnico V pickups have tone reminiscent of the best examples from the early ‘60s, thanks to the work of Paul Gagon, G&L VP Engineering. Gagon found his inspiration reviewing original prints stored in Leo Fender’s private laboratory at G&L. While the pickups are the origin of the tone, the JB-2 will surprise you with a clarity and sustain unmatched by old basses with their rudimentary bridge design. You see, the JB-2 features an innovative G&L Saddle-Lock bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument. If you’re ready to let go of the past but still love that classic Alnico tone, get your hands on a JB-2 and experience a brilliant mash-up of old-school and new-school Leo.

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