Up for sale, we have this late seventies Musicmaster Bass.
Introduced in 1970 as a student model as well as a considerably less expensive alternative to the Precision Bass, the short scale Musicmaster Bass saw a short run before being discontinued in 1983. Alder body, poly finish, maple neck, 4-bolt neck with rosewood FB, 19 frets, 1 single coil pup, chrome hardware.
This bass has matching neck and body serial numbers. All hardware appears to be right and in fine condition. There is mild play wear consisting of superficial scratches front and back. The back of the neck looks like new. Lots of fret-life left.
This lovely example of the Musicmaster bass is gig ready, and would be a nice addition to your sonic toolbox or collection. Just cleaned and set up with new strings. Comes with with the original Fender chipboard case.
Scale Length: 30"
Fingerboard Radius: 7.25"
Neck Width at Nut: 1.628"
Neck Width at 12th Fret: 2.070"
Neck Depth at 1st Fret: .880"
Neck Depth at 10th Fret: .964"
String Spacing at Nut: 1.201"
String Spacing at Bridge: 2.060"
Instrument Weight: 8.5 lbs