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Instrument - Bass Guitar Kay, model number KB-24, Fender Precision bass style and looks

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Instrument - Bass Guitar Kay, model number KB-24, a great vintage early 70's bass guitar with a great heavy sound, fully working and in great shape. the scratch plate has an old repair at the 'neck limb'. All original parts including the chome bridge and pick up covers, design is bassed on the Fender P-Bass.

This vintage early 70's Kay electric bass guitar, is a gorgeous old bass. It is very heavy (which creates sustain, right?). The body and bolt-on neck are solid maple, and I mean solid. Except for some minor pitting on the chrome and some minor dings, it is in good condition and looks real nice. Single pickup.Two metal control knobs (volume and tone). Truss rod. [Can supply a non-original hard case [fur lined at an extra cost of £25]. This is from the post-Chicago era of Kay basses and looks like a Fender Precision bass of that era. The electronics work fine. It has a heavy and resonant sound, likely due to the heavy wood body.

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