#1
Have had it for almost 4 years now. It was my first instrument, and I really do love it.

I've since switched to guitar, but even then I continued to use the bass in recordings to add a lot of extra UNPH! to my songs..

Since going to college fulltime, working fulltime, and having a very serious girlfriend, I don't have the time to play anymore.

Specs on bass:
http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Washburn-Taurus-T24-NeckThru-Electric-Bass-Guitar?sku=514509&src=3WFRWXX&ZYXSEM=0&CAWELAID=97604046

ASKING: $375 (obo)

Also have a Ibanaez 35w bass amplifier that does home playing very well. Hell, I've even jammed with a drummer and guitarist with it - but it's not really recommended.

http://www.zzounds.com/item--IBASW35

Will include the amp or sell separately for $75 or $100.

I'm in Southern Utah, or you pay shipping.







#2
No doubt, that's a great price for that bass! I can't afford it but i'm definitly looking for a new one...do you have any other equipment for sale besides the amp/bass?
#3
Quote by BassFishin
No doubt, that's a great price for that bass! I can't afford it but i'm definitly looking for a new one...do you have any other equipment for sale besides the amp/bass?


I do, but I haven't photographed it yet.

I'm selling a Schecter C1 Artist Edition guitar for about $400, and a Vox DA5 amp for about $100..
#11
Quote by MRAAJR
a g/f is no reason to stop playing.....(sigh)


Hah, I agree. I just don't think guitar is for me. Trust me, I love it, but I just have my doubts.

I still love music, though, of course. And am considering an investment in a synth and better mic for vocals..