Dating a music man bass

LEFT: The 112RD-50 combo from Music Man is one of a number of amplifiers the company manufactured until ceasing amp production in 1983.

RIGHT: This 2-channel 112RD-50 houses a 12" speaker, a 7025 preamp tube, and a pair of 6L6 power tubes.

The frets are in great shape and the action is low.

The pickups and EQ allow you to get any tone you want from this bass and then some.

LEFT: The 112RD-50 combo from Music Man is one of a number of amplifiers the company manufactured until ceasing amp production in 1983.RIGHT: This 2-channel 112RD-50 houses a 12" speaker, a 7025 preamp tube, and a pair of 6L6 power tubes.The frets are in great shape and the action is low.The pickups and EQ allow you to get any tone you want from this bass and then some. $1,999.99Here we have for sale a 1989 Paul Reed Smith Bass-4 electric bass in Transparent Charcoal.Quality control problems with the guitars and basses produced by CLF cost Music Man dearly.

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LEFT: The 112RD-50 combo from Music Man is one of a number of amplifiers the company manufactured until ceasing amp production in 1983.

RIGHT: This 2-channel 112RD-50 houses a 12" speaker, a 7025 preamp tube, and a pair of 6L6 power tubes.

The frets are in great shape and the action is low.

The pickups and EQ allow you to get any tone you want from this bass and then some. $1,999.99Here we have for sale a 1989 Paul Reed Smith Bass-4 electric bass in Transparent Charcoal.

Quality control problems with the guitars and basses produced by CLF cost Music Man dearly.

Communication and relationships also became strained between the three founders of Music Man (it was no secret that Forrest White and Tom Walker did not see eye-to-eye).

,999.99Here we have for sale a 1989 Paul Reed Smith Bass-4 electric bass in Transparent Charcoal.

Quality control problems with the guitars and basses produced by CLF cost Music Man dearly.

Communication and relationships also became strained between the three founders of Music Man (it was no secret that Forrest White and Tom Walker did not see eye-to-eye).

The frets show some wear from being played, but they still perform fine. Minimal fret wear.9.99This is the SR30TH5 by Ibanez.

The company was initially called Tri-Sonics, Inc., changed to Musitek, Inc.

in 1973, and then finally settled on Music Man in 1974.

The previous owner definitely did not have a light hand with this bass.

There's a good bit of buckle rash on the back, as well as some scratching/small dings on the front.

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