P-Project 1980s PUM-1

Price$763.32
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TC GAKKI
TOKYO, Japan
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Product Details
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P-Project "The Pumps Bass" PUM-1 before under the Umbrelium of Fernandees. Custom custom-made according to the player is the basic concept p-project. It is a highly playability that is the word street of "for Player Side" put in the head, and the player's highly considered.

This unit adopts a material called a write ash body, a maple 1 piece neck, and an ebony fitting, and the bridge is equipped with a shaharch roller bridge. Pickup is equipped with an EMG JJ pickup that has a sense of power while clearing and low noise. Control is a stack from neck VOL (upper rear / lower front), 2-band EQ (upper treval / lower based), and passive tone is the active circuit's ON-OFF.

Body top arch is beautiful, lightweight and good body balance. There is no problem in the condition, etc.

[SPEC]
Body: Ash
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: EBony 24F
Scale: 34 "
Nut Width: 40 mm
P. U: EMG JJ PICKUP
Controls: 2 Vol, 2bandeq, Passivetone, Active ON-OFF SW
Weight: 3.80kg
W / SoftCase

In charge: Ogawawuchi
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