FS : Ibanex BTB07LTD and a Squier VM Jazz bass

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meltedbuzzboxmeltedbuzzbox Frets: 7263
edited January 11 in Basses £
After recently purchasing a 5 string, I have no need for these great basses.
The Ibanez seems a bit of an unknown online. I know it has an extended range to 35" and yes that tyre mark thing is original!
Its been well played and has a few little marks but nothing major.

Im asking for £150 - ideally collected or arrange a meet up.

https://i.imgur.com/dK2idBA.jpg

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The Squier is a great player. Asking for £160 - very tidy, I cant see any marks, I will update if I do.
(The jack is slightly crackly at times and I would personally replace it). Recently restrung with flatwounds.

https://i.imgur.com/puOWlQK.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/q6LPQaV.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/rwoY94L.jpg

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Let me know if you have any questions.
The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.
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  • FunkfingersFunkfingers Frets: 3091
    previous owner has part rewired [the Squier] with cloth wire. 
    Those Duncan Designed pickups are supplied with faux push back cloth insulation on the output conductors. Everything else in the control cavity will be regular plastic insulation.
    "It's no wonder the Pacific Ocean is blue."
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  • I will amend @Funkfingers ;
    Thanks for the correction
    The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.
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  • Winter is coming...
    The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.
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  • BridgehouseBridgehouse Frets: 14334
    Winter is coming...
    I doubt either would supply much heat if burned ;)
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  • @Bridgehouse might do if you were wearing them at the time?
    The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.
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  • BridgehouseBridgehouse Frets: 14334
    @Bridgehouse might do if you were wearing them at the time?
    Nah, I'm a notoriously low temp burner...
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  • Will post bump
    The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.
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  • adampeteradampeter Frets: 121
    PM'd
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