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- 1966 Mosrite Mk V 1-of-a-Kind Short Scale Electric Bass Guitar

- This Custom-Ordered/Prototype Bass, with No Serial Number, is in Excellent 100% All Original Condition and Includes the Original Brown Alligator Hard Case

-Featuring the Exact Same Body Contour, Shape, and Size of a Ventures Mark V, a Factory Transitional Combination of Both an Adjustable Screw No-Logo Neck Pickup and a Non-Adjustable Screw No-Logo Bridge Pickup, and Yet No "The Ventures Model" Headstock Decal, This 4-string 2-pickup Bass Guitar with a 25" Scale Length is Entirely Anomalous in the Best Ways Possible

- This Bass is, In Fact, So Small it Swims in the Original Mosrite Guitar Case! Firstly, There is No Evidence to Suggest That Another Mosrite Short-Scale Bass Exists Otherwise, and When Asked, Artie Niesen (Mr. Mosrite) of Front Porch Music Bakersfield Claimed This is the Only One He's Ever Seen. For Scale, We've Included Photos of This Likely Custom-Ordered Bass Sitting Alongside a 1965 Mosrite Ventures "Vibramute" in the Original Case

- Weight: 8.0 lbs.

- Neck Measurements: 25” Scale Length, 1 9/16” Nut Width, .875” Depth at 1st Fret, .800” Depth t 12th Fret

- Pickup Measurements: 6.96 kOhm (Neck), 7.14 kOhm (Bridge)

- All Photos Are of the Actual Bass, Many More Photos Available Upon Request!

- Can Safely Ship Worldwide!

Listed8 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • Short Scale Bass
Finish
  • Sunburst
Categories
Year
  • 1966
Made In
  • United States
Number of Strings
  • 4-String

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