Micro-Frets Stage II (c.1971)
A hollow body electric bass guitar from the early 70s, this Micro-Frets Stage II has a thinline style body with one f-hole. It has a bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fretboard. It’s loaded with two large single coil pickups. Other features include a Microfret bridge, Schaller tuners, and a 1-5/8" compensated roller nut. Gigbag included. This instrument is sold AS-IS (needs address back cracks, neck press, fret work, electronic cleanup, set up, etc.), but otherwise is in very good-plus condition. More Details...
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Instruments sold “AS-IS” have not been set up by our repair shop and do not come with the Elderly warranty.
Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Sunburst finish
- Thinline style body
- 1 f-hole
- Bolt-on maple neck
- Rosewood fretboard
- Dot inlays
- 2 large single coil pickups
- Microfret bridge
- Schaller tuners
- 1-5/8" compensated roller nut
- 30" scale
- VGC+ (2 open back cracks)
- Sold AS-IS (needs address back cracks, neck press, fret work, electronic cleanup, set up, etc.)