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Fender California Series Kingman Bass V2 4-String Acoustic Electric - Black w/Gigbag

Regular price $549.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $549.99 USD
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Fender California Series Kingman Acoustic Electric Bass V2 4-String Black. It's in very good condition with some light signs of use. Its in very good condition with only light signs of use. There's no other significant damages or evidence of repairs.

Comes in the gigbag. We've also got straps, cables, tuners, strings, and other accessories. Reach out to us to see if we can provide discounts for multiple items purchased!


Body: Solid Spruce Top with Laminated Mahogany Back and Sides Body Finish: Gloss Poly Body Shape: Concert Bass Neck Material: Mahogany Neck Finish: Satin Neck Shape: C Shape Scale Length: 30.3 (769.62mm) Fingerboard: Walnut Fingerboard Radius: 20 Number of Frets: Graph Tech NuBone Frets Size: 1.5 (38.10mm) String Nut: Block Nut Width: Modern Viking Position Inlays: Nickel Truss Rods: Open-Back Geared Truss Rod Wrench: 3-Ply Gold Bridge Pickup: Fender Phosphor Bronze Bass (.045-.100 Gauges) Middle Pickup: 7.00 x 18.00 x 48.00 (17.78 x 45.72 x 121.92cm) Neck Pickup: 11 lbs (4.99kg)

This guitar is refurbished.  This means it was either discontinued or rejected from the assembly line of the original manufacturer for a blemish, flaw or minor repair (described above). It was sent to the largest guitar refurbisher in the US where it was repaired, inspected and set up.   In the cases of a blemish or minor cosmetic issue, no work is done. They then remove the original serial number and issue it a new one to avoid false warranty claims.  It may be stamped “USED”.  This allows us to sell you a guitar that is in like new condition for well below the price of a brand new instrument. There is no manufacturer warranty. Here's some additional info from reverb and our refurbishing company: https://reverb.com/news/7-things-you-need-to-know-about-refurbished-guitars-from-mirc