• 1959 Fender Precision Bass "Sunburst"
    1959 is definitely one of the best years for Precision basses, and this maple neck "anodized" guard example is no exception. The instrument has some water damage to the finish, making this a "player's grade" example of this coveted bass. With an extremely resonant body, comfortable, slimmer profile maple neck, and original gold anodized guard, this bass nails the classic P-bass tone used by Duck Dunn and others on countless recording sessions. This bass also includes the original Tweed case. VG w/OHSC $9,200
  • 1964 Fender Jazz Bass "Sunburst"
    This is one of the cleanest Pre-CBS Jazz Basses we've seen in a while! This 1964 example features a beautiful three tone Sunburst finish, dark rosewood fingerboard with "Clay dot" inlays and a beautiful "birdseye" maple neck. All the chrome covers are present and in beautiful shape, and the pickups delivery the distinctive growl that make a Jazz bass a must-have for any bass player! If you're looking for an early J bass in great condition, it doesn't get better than this! EXC w/OHSC $16,500.
  • 1966 Fender Precision Bass "Candy Apple Red"
    This bass was purchased from the second owner who bought it in 1969! He referred to this bass as "Big Red" and used it is as his main instrument for decades, and it's easy to see why! A lightweight and resonant body with a rare "Custom Color" Candy Apple Red finish, this bass sounds as good as it looks. With a "transition" Fender logo, dark Rosewood board, and original case, this is a total winner. EXC w/OHSC $8,500
  • 1959 Fender Precision Bass "Sunburst" Slabboard w/Anodized Pickguard
    This is a very Rare transition year for Fender's advancement into Rosewood fretboards as seen on this fantastic example just in from a world famous studio/touring musician! This 1959 P-bass has the very rare transition Slabboard neck and Gold anodized pickguard combination which was only available on a few guitars and bass's that year. One of the best playing and sounding bass's we have had in years! EXC- w/Fender HSC $13,500
  • 2004 Rickenbacker 4005 "Azureglo"
    A very cool one-off Rickenbacker bass, this 4005 in "Azureglo" finish was made with checkerboard binding, "sharkfin" inlays, and a "horseshoe" bridge pickup available only on this bass! This instrument was made by a retired Rickenbacker luthier and gifted to a close friend. Truly a unique bass with an incredibly cool aesthetic and the distinctive growl that only Rickenbacker's can achieve! EXC w/HSC $3,500.
  • 1962 Fender Precision Bass "Sunburst" w/OHSC
    Just in is this incredible, one-owner 1962 Fender Precision Bass! This instrument was purchased from the original owner, and includes photos of her with the bass. With a beautiful 3-tone sunburst finish, tortoiseshell pickguard, rosewood fingerboard with clay dot inlays, and "Spaghetti" logo, this is a prime example of the coveted early '60's P-basses that have been the instrument of choice for countless legendary bassists. This bass is lightweight and resonant, and plugged in it delivers the unparalleled tone that made these basses famous. EXC w/OHSC $9,200
  • 1964 Hofner 500/1 Beatle Bass "Sunburst"
    The bass behind the sound of some of the most memorable bass lines in music history! This Hofner 500/1 is the perfect instrument for capturing the distinctive Paul McCartney bass tone. This example plays great and the original "staple" pickups sound fantastic! This is a great example of an iconic instrument. EXC $2,500.
  • 1960 500/5 Presidential Bass "Brunette"
    A gorgeous example of the bass most often associated with Stuart Stutcliffe; the original bass player in the Beatles! The pair of "Diamond Logo" hofner pickups deliver the distinctive sound for which Hofner basses are known, while the single cutaway, 17" body and short scale neck make this a very resonant instrument both acoustically and plugged in. A fantastic example of this rare bass! EXC $4,200.
  • 2004 Fender John English Master Built '55 Precision Bass...
    Part of the personal collection of Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick, this 1955 reissue is one of the best basses to come out of the Fender Custom Shop we've seen! Built by perhaps the most renowned Master Builder, the late John English, this lightweight  bass is based on a one-of-a-kind, special ordered '50s P-bass in a custom "Red" finish. It features a fantastic playing maple neck, all original "ash tray" covers and thumb rest, as well as the "case candy" and Certificate of Authenticity. A fantastic bass built by one of the finest builder's in Fender's Custom Shop, these John English instruments are becoming highly collectible. EXC w/OHSC $6,000.
  • 1960s Vox Apollo Bass "Cherry"
    Another fantastic bass from the personal collection of Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick! This 1960's Vox Apollo model features an incredible sounding treble boost and distortion circut built in, as well as an electronic pitch-pipe feature. This is the perfect bass fort for fans of 60's Garage and Psychedelic rock sounds! EXC w/gigbag $2,000
  • 1972 Gibson Les Paul Triumph Bass "Walnut"
    Just in from the original owner, this 1972 Gibson Les Paul Triumph Bass has been the primary instrument of Mr. Marc Phillips since it was purchased new! One of the most versatile Gibson bass models, this instrument features two embossed logo pickups with a hi-lo impedance and phase reversal switches for a variety of usable and distinct tones. The comfortable small profile neck make this an easy instrument to play, especially for player's used to Guitar necks. The original "walnut" finish has a lovely patina that can only result from years of live gigs! An excellent workhorse instrument perfect for any player! EXC w/OHSC $2,200
  • Orange SP212 600W 2x12" Bass Cabinet
    A fantastic sounding 2x12 bass cabinet, this Orange SP212 comes from the collection of Cheap Trick's Tom Petersson. The easy-to-carry size and ported front make this a great choice for live use, and at 600w there is nothing this cab can't handle! EXC $450
  • 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 $5,500
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.