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    Gibson 4-String Cherry Electric Bass Guitar #N/A. Replaced pickup and warped pickup guard with divots. Extra hole screw hole in body. Moderate play wear and severe checking overall. Severe belt buckle wear on back down to wood and on back of neck down to wood. Headstock has a chip out of the back plus various nicks and dings. Missing thumb rest and top of knob. Various nicks, dings, and scratches overall. Sticker on lower bout. Fingerboard has moderate play with rutting. Tops of pickguard missing. No case. Condition: Poor. Estimate: 700 - Up.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2011
    12th Thursday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 8
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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