Used Bass Guitars
PITTSBURGH GUITARS SHIPPING POLICY
This list does not represent our entire inventory!
Our used bass guitar selection changes all the time.
We update this page regularly, but it's possible that an instrument listed here has been sold.
Additionally, we have an ever-changing selection of models in lower price-ranges.
Please call the store (412-431-0700), or email us for
availability and payment options.
Updated on 8/16/16
||2007 Lakland Skyline 55-01 5-String
Natural finish with a rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays, crafted in Korea. It features dual Bartolini MK-1 split-coil soapbars, coupled with the MK-1 preamp, and a deep cutaway on the treble side of the neck that allows easy access to all 22 frets. It's in excellent condition, with two small dings on the front, next to the bridge pickup. Price includes original hard case. (picture - 2 - 3 - 4)
||1998 Fender Standard Jazz Bass Fretless
Midnight Wine finish with a fretless rosewood fingerboard, made in Mexico, and in excellent condition. Features include a poplar body, a one piece maple neck, and chrome hardware. This one has had Duncan Bassline (active) pickups installed. Price includes gig bag. (picture - 2 - 3 - 4)
This list changes all the time.
Please call the store if you're looking for
something that you don't see here.
Additionally, we always have an ever-changing
selection of less expensive guitars.
Give us a call for more info!
|Key to Descriptions
Before we sell any used instrument, we send it through our repair shop for a complete set up. But because they're used, we've worked out the following descriptions to let you know how used they are. We'll be happy to give you more information via phone or email.
Mint Condition--like new, no wear
Excellent condition--some play wear, maybe some small dings or light surface scratches
Very good condition--a few scratches, some dings and/or lacquer chips, but structurally sound, normal play wear
Good condition--structurally sound, has been played a lot, some repairs or cosmetic flaws possible
Fair condition--a well-loved guitar, may have some problems, but we'll describe them as accurately as possible