FT: Yamaha BBNE2

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FT: Yamaha BBNE2

Post by Heath » 06 Apr 2018, 18:27

Ok so essentially this is just a feeler at the moment, but ive been totally smitten by my sandberg and fender, and i kinda have a hankering for a Sadowsky 5er, so if the right bass comes along i may trade on the yammy

Featuring neck-through construction, the two-octave neck is built from maple and mahogany with an ebony fingerboard inlaid with figured abalone.

Matching mother-of-pearl tuners complete the look.

The unique BB body is made of maple and alder for a fat sound with plenty of definition.

The BPZ-7 bridge features individual, machined saddles that provide precise intonation, a low profile, and an elegant look.

The stacked Alnico humbuckers run through Yamaha's 5-control active electronics, which feature a custom 3-band EQ with a switchable mid-cut to provide sonic versatility for any situation.

id be interested in a 24 fret 5er sadowsky, or something else along those lines :thumbup:
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Re: FT: Yamaha BBNE2

Post by dan54 » 06 Apr 2018, 18:58

Pm'ed keen to buy as well
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Re: FT: Yamaha BBNE2

Post by FunkDragon » 06 Apr 2018, 19:27

:drool: yum!
Wouldn't mind a BBNE2 in my collection! and I like the white
Never played one (yet...) but have admired them for a while.
Shame you're not looking for a 4 banger... I've got a tasty Spector that's still looking for a new home..
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Re: FT: Yamaha BBNE2

Post by swalexbass » 13 Apr 2018, 09:41

This is one of my favourite basses, I would keep mine forever. What's the trade value you have in mind?
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Re: FT: Yamaha BBNE2

Post by Sambass87 » 24 Jun 2018, 13:51

Hey mate,
Would you sell it outright?
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