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For Sale: Mayones Custom Pi 1 - 4 Strings - W. Pilichowsky - W\led

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Stuff' started by taosbass, Oct 10, 2019.

By taosbass on Oct 10, 2019 at 2:48 PM
  1. taosbass


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    Milano - Italy
    Hi folks,

    I sell this incredible bass.
    Wonderful Woods, one of the best i ever seen, and wonderful sound tone; born for slap sounds perfect with finger and picks.

    very hight level of craftmanship with great harware gear

    and important .... WITH LEEEEEED!!! (LOL)

    jokes aside, i sell this only because I am a 5 string guy and it's a pitty don't sound she a lot, i want to try a Mayones and i am very satisfied of the quality of this brand

    in exceptional condition, almost new, see the pics and joy yourself

    with his original hard case

    this is the link to the producer site, actually the bass is discontinued and mine is the model 1 but without the 'PI' inlay on the freatboard because of the LED.

    Custom Pi 4 (Discontinued) • Mayones Guitars & Basses

    bartolini picks and OBP-3 electronic.

    i ask 2.100€, but i can accept a reasonable offer.
    plus shipmennt all over the world

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Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Stuff' started by taosbass, Oct 10, 2019.

    1. StreamerII84
      These are killer sounding basses, wish it was a 5.
    2. taosbass
      there was an amazing 5 strings version with fanned fretboard, though i don't understand a fanned fretboard in 34" scale ...
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    3. DiMarco
      Playing comfort mostly, once you've adapted to the fanned fret thing a normal bass feels crude I guess.
      Good luck selling this beauty!
    4. taosbass
      dimarco, yes, of course but fanned is good to have a super long scale ( es. Dingwall) like 35"-36" on the low strings to sound them better with a "confortable" playing.

      with the 34" scale you take only the half of the pourpose, IMHO