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Instruments/Amp for Trade - $1 (Tucker)

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I have several instruments for trade ... I'm looking for low wattage tube amps, a short scale bass and anything that piques my interest! So what you got?

Acoustics:
1. A mid 80's Fender Gemini, Six string. Has a lovely wide fret board just like a strat. It's been played and plays very well. Nice solid deep tone with a spruce top.
2. An early Yamaha FG-75 (probably from around 1969) parlor guitar. Plays very well, and has that characteristic student guitar tone. Think like a Robert Johnson crossed with a Gibson LG-O.

Basses:
1. A 2021 Ibanez TMB35 - Short Scale Bass - Lots of fun to play complex or funk riffs. Don't need to stretch those fingers on this one. In Seafoam Green.
2. A '06 Squire Precision Bass, Play well, and the PO put a Fender Logo on it. Has an interesting relic job, but gets the job done, and looks great from the audience.
3. A '70's Lotus 'Thru-Neck' bass. While most 'Lotus's' were at the bottom of the quality pile, this thru-neck design was at the top. Has had a recent set-up and plays quite well. One of the tuners isn't original.

Amp:
1. This is a handwired/handmade copy of a Marshall 1974x circuit. It's essentially the 18 watt Blues Breaker circuit. It sounds heavenly through the vintage Celestion Greenback. It's in a small and compact 1x12 cabinet and gets VERY loud for such a small container. This can easily keep up with a 5 piece band.

Let me know if you have any questions, and let me know what you are considering for a trade! Thanks, Fred

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