| Condition: || Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition || Brand: || Modulus |
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Thank you for visiting our Ebay store. This is a Modulus Quantum Lacewood 5-String Fretless Bass with Original Hard shell case. Believe this one has the 19mm spacing. Weight is 9 lbs 1 oz according to our scale.
Overall condition is Good but we should note a couple of things before you make the purchase. This fine bass is one of the early Modulus Instruments that didn't include a truss rod. So there is a little bow or relief that cannot be adjusted. It still plays fine and you have some options. You can put some lighter strings on or just lower the saddles a little to compensate. There are some marks on the body and some scratches on the fingerboard so please don't expect a perfect guitar because you will not be happy.The lacewood is a beautiful finish and this guitar would sell for a lot more now that Modulus is back in the business of making basses again.When you buy from me, expect to receive what you see in the pics. I know the feeling of buying something sight unseen only to find out the seller was not that accurate. I have been selling on Ebay for more than a decade and I am only happy when you are happy!Buyer has 24 hours to contact me and 3 days to complete payment transaction. If this criteria is not met, the item will be sold to someone else. Please keep in mind with shipping, when you buy a guitar from me, you are not just paying for shipping. You are paying for my time and experience in packaging delicate items, as well as the cost of new boxes and shipping peanuts. Thanks. Please email me with any questions and good luck in bidding!