• 1974 Fender Mustang Bass "Sunburst"
    One of the cleanest Short Scale Fender basses to come through the store lately, this 1974 Mustang bass is perfect for fan's of the early 70's Rolling Stones bass sound! The three color sunburst finish is vibrant and unfaded, and the dark rosewood fingerboard and short-scale neck are very easy to play. EXC w/OHSC $1,995
  • 1977 Fender Precision Bass "Natural"
    A great sounding late 70's Precision Bass, this 1977 model features a comfortable maple neck. Extremely resonant acoustically and when amplified this bass delivers the classic "P bass" punch that have made these some of the most used electric bass guitars of all time. This instrument includes the original 70's Fender hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $1,850
  • 1961 Gibson EB-0 "Cherry"
    An early "transition" model, this 1961 EB-0 was owned and played by Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick. It features the "SG" body style with an earlier black plastic Humbucking pickup. Lightweight and resonant with a comfortable neck, this bass has all the low-end growl heard on countless 60's bass tracks. The instrument is in great condition and includes a later hardshell Gibson case. EXC w/HSC $2,495
  • 2011 Warwick Custom Shop Jimmy Earl "Natural"
    Part of an extremely limited run of basses made to the exacting specs of Jimmy Earl of the house band on the Jimmy Kimmel show, this light weight 5 string bass features active EMG pickups, maple neck with LED fret markers, and a tortoiseshell guard. 1 of only 35 made, this is a fantastic instrument for bass players who have to cover a variety of different sounds. EXC w/Gig Bag $6,500
  • 1966 Fender Jazz Bass "Sunburst"
    One of the cleanest 1966 Jazz Basses we've seen, this one-owner example features the rare transitional combination of a bound rosewood board with dot inlays, "transition" logo, beautiful three color sunburst finish, tortoise shell pickguard and original chrome covers. Lightweight and resonant, this fantastic playing bass includes the original Fender hardshell case, gray Fender cable, and a strap from it's original owner. Perfect for collectors and players alike. EXC w/OHSC $7,650
  • 1976 Ibanez Les Paul Bass "Black"
    This is a great copy of a Gibson LP bass. It features a great playing, medium profile, neck, rosewood finger board, and two pickups with separate volume and tone for each and a selector switch. This is an excellent playing and sounding bass that is a workhorse! EXC W/HSC $1450    
  • 1968 Gibson EB-2 "Cherry"
    Here is an excellent example of a Gibson EB-2. This bass is very clean and plays great. It has a fat and warm tone, which comes from the classic sidewinder pickup. The neck is very comfortable and slightly beefy. The cherry finish is still very vibrant and looks beautiful. A truly unique tone that has been heard on so many classic recordings! EXC W/OHSC $2495    
  • 2018 Utopia Custom ShopTraditional J-Style "Olympic White"
    An exclusive instrument to Rumble Seat Music, this Jazz style Bass has the look, sound, and feel of classic vintage basses. With a vintage style tortoise "Celluloid" pickguard, thin "nitro" finish, and the original chrome pickup and bridge covers, this is a faithful tribute to a vintage J bass. Made in Italy to RSM's exacting specifications, these instruments are some of the best new vintage-style guitars and basses available. Brand New w/OHSC $2,300
  • 1965 Fender Precision Bass "Lake Placid Blue"
    This is an extremely clean "transitional" era, Custom Color Fender P bass. The original "Lake Placid Blue" finish is strong and unfaded, and along with the rosewood board, pearl dot inlays, white pickguard, and "Transition" logo makes this a beautiful instrument. The neck is a comfortable "medium" sized profile, and the single pickup delivers the great tone one would expect from a vintage Precision Bass. Also included are the original pickup and bridge covers, as well as the original hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $10,000
  • 2008 Fender American Vintage '75 Jazz Bass "Natural"
    This great playing American Vintage Series Jazz Bass is a faithful recreation of the mid-70's Jazz bass. It features a light-weight, beautiful wood grain body with a natural finish, black "block" inlays on a maple fretboard, black binding, and a "micro-tilt" neck. This bass is in great condition and sounds incredible. EXC w/OHSC $1,495
  • 1961 Gibson EB 0 "Cherry"
    Just in is this rare, celebrity owned, transition Gibson EB-0 bass, in cherry. This features a thick slab body, beefy '59 style neck, and an early black plastic humbucking pickup. The¬†tuners are also transitional, as they are not the earlier banjo tuners, they are 2 on a side. This is a great bass for any player or collector. EXC W/SSC $4500    
  • Guild B4 HG BLK "Black"
    A great playing "American Made" acoustic bass, this Guild B4 HG features a Fishman pickup and a hardshell case. A great sounding bass acoustically or plugged in. EXC w/OHSC $550.
  • 2002 MTD 534-24 5 String Fretless "Zebra Top"
    This Michael Tobias made fretless bass features a beautiful "Zebra Wood" top, mahogany body, maple neck and a rosewood fingerboard. It is built with the Buzz Feiten tuning system for improved intonation when forming chords and playing in larger bands. It also features Bartolini active electronics and a double acting truss rod. A fantastic bass for stage or studio. EXC w/OHSC $3,500.
  • 1965 Fender Jazz Bass "Sunburst"
    Just out of a collection is this great example of an early '65 Fender Jazz bass. It features a January '65 dated neck with '64 pots, clay dot inlays, and an "L" series serial number. A fantastic playing, one owner instrument from a cool transitional period. EXC w/OHSC $11,000.  
  • 1966 Fender Jazz Bass "Sunburst"
    Another fine example from the Jazz Bass collection, this transition-era '66 features pearl dot inlays on a bound rosewood fingerboard, beautiful 3-tone sunburst finish, and the original hardshell case. A great player with the perfect Jazz bass sound. EXC w/OHSC $10,000.
  • 2018 Raymond Prototype
    Here is an extremely cool prototype bass. It has a terrific feeling neck, a Lollar Thunderbird pickup, Gotoh tuners, clear thumb rest, and a great looking, double bound body. It is filled with LEDs that light up with the flip of a switch. It also has a button to change the speed and pattern of the light show. This prototype is currently in process of being produced by a major guitar manufacturer. Check out the pics below. EXC W/gig bag $2995    
  • 1982 Fender Jazz Bass "Sunburst"
    A rare, transition model featuring a bound neck, dot inlays, and white Jazz bass pickups. This is a great playing bass with unique appointments. EXC w/Gig Bag $1895
  • 1950's Kay Jazz Special "Black"
    A Very Rare 1950's Kay Jazz Special that was personally owned by Tom Peterson from the band Cheap Trick!  Currently, inductees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame! EXC- w/Gig Bag $2995