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|Korina solid body
|1st fret: .87", 12th: .9"
|Three-piece poplar bolt-on neck with a bound rosewood board, center dot inlays, truss adjustment at the heel
|Single-coil pickup, volume control, tone control
-- Misc wires are spliced and some solder joints appear touched up.
|Misc wire splices and solder joint touch-ups. The bridge has been relocated to allow for proper intonation; the tailpiece has also been moved to accommodate the new bridge position.
|This bass shows nice play wear and aging. Minor blemishes including finish scratches and small dings exist throughout the body and neck. The pickguard has also warped over time, but is held securely to the body. The bridge and tailpiece have both been moved to allow the bass to intonate properly; there are unfilled screw holes from this repair, along with a large factory hole that was previously covered by the tailpiece.
|Currently set up with 45-100 light gauge bass strings. The frets are wide and very low, and the neck sights with a slight wave, however, the bass plays well with medium-low action. The truss rod functions, though adjustability is limited.