#1
Recently i found one, secondhand, for quite a good price.

What i want to know is the real value of the bass and if it's worth buying it ( I know have a squier affinity p-bass, 'cause i'm newb :P)

Would it be good to buy this 1983 bass or should i get my hands on a decent amp?
#2
probably.

whats the price? whats the condition? what amp do you currently have?

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#3
It's on ebay now at €100 but it's going to increase in time anyway.
The body is a little worn by time but still in great condition.


Now i play on my brother's ashdown five fifteen.
#5
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These are good basses, much better than the usual early 80's Fenders. Better built, and with an interesting twist on the usual P tone. If you can get it for E400 or less, you've got a bargain!

Thanks for the advice
#6
My thought on it is, this bass is quite a rare find and won't come up for sale as often as almost any amp you're looking at buying so get the bass now and an amp later
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My thought on it is, this bass is quite a rare find and won't come up for sale as often as almost any amp you're looking at buying so get the bass now and an amp later


+1

that's what I was about to say
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