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  • San Dimas Bass

    so as some of you know after a very awkward post on FB about who owned it...... And for those who did not see it, good.

    This belonged to Mark Werth of the Crankin Yankees for many years as his main bass among the many other USA basses he owned at one time or another.
    I am still in shock on how someone could use it for so many years without a headstock chip or any body dings, but somehow he managed it.

    Another beautiful bass for the collection. A early bolt on model with the p-HB config.

    http://youtube.com/amimbari

  • #2
    That’s a nice bass! What happened on the Facebook post? Every expert chimed in to tell you what it was?

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    • #3
      when I thought it was owned by a person who no longer exists... I knew what it was
      Last edited by amimbari; 06-16-2019, 11:12 AM.
      http://youtube.com/amimbari

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      • #4
        Originally posted by amimbari View Post
        when I thought it was owned by a person who no longer exists... I knew what it was
        I saw the post. They technically still exist, just as someone else, but not the person you thought owned that bass. Nice score!
        I feel my soul go cold... only the dead are smiling.

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        • #5
          This was a good deal when it was on reverb too. I highly considered it just because it was cheap. I don't even play bass!

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          • #6
            since I bought his other one ( the yellow crackle ) he gave me a discount on this one so I bought it.
            http://youtube.com/amimbari

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            • #7
              That one is sweet too! Although the image isn't showing up, I got to see it by right clicking and then clicking view image. Sweet graphics!

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