Super clean 1981 G&L L-1000, trans green

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Super clean 1981 G&L L-1000, trans green

Postby dukeplaysbass » Tue Dec 13, 2011 5:12 pm

Let me say, first and foremost, that this might be the cleanest early Wunkay that I have ever seen.

It's a 1981 (slot pole, chrome plate & bridge, B 004XXX) in trans green over ash, maple neck.

Almost no flaws except the one ding pictured, a little scuffing in the clear coat (pick scratches and buckle rash), and the chrome has chipped off the bass knob. Non-original hsc, and 11 lbs. Nut measures a hair over 1 5/8".

In a few days, I'm gonna post it across the street where I think I'm gonna ask about $900 + shipping.

Will do a BABP brother a much better deal, especially if you can jump on it quick and can do it via something other than PayPal.

Drop me a line, let's talk....
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