Friday, January 21, 2011

1970's Silvertone Electric Bass in St. Louis area for $100

You don't see a heck of a lot of these Japanese Silvertone basses on the used market. That may be because there is little demand for them - or becuase not as many basses were sold as guitars (which is certainly true).  But I would expect this to be a cool little bass - visually it is a cross between a burns and a Jazz bass.  Good for players with smaller hands (ahem... ladies) or just someone looking for a cool little vintage bass for cheap.

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Vintage guitar - Silvertone Bass - $100 (Perryville)


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Date: 2011-01-21, 4:08PM CST

Reply to: sale-xn9pa-2172993362@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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Early 70's Silvertone bass. everything works and its in really good shape! Car troubles and need cash! model number 319.14909 made in japan

•Location: Perryville

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