|Posted on Thursday, September 06, 2001 - 2:45 pm: |
I purchased a 26572B Bass back in 1990 from a local pawn shop for $50. This was my first bass and played very well. What I have noticed looking at pictures of the original is the chrome bridge and pickup guards are missing.
Anyone have an idea on where to purchase replacements?
I am in Washington State.
|Posted on Thursday, September 06, 2001 - 3:20 pm: |
Correction the model is a 2657zb
Here is a link to a picture
|Harold Wherry (Blues)
|Posted on Friday, September 07, 2001 - 10:31 pm: |
|Harold Wherry (Blues)
|Posted on Friday, September 07, 2001 - 10:36 pm: |
Here is a picture of the Ibanez 2656ZB (See above)
Very Rare excellent Ibanez 2656ZB Bass guitar made during 1977.
_(The ZB = Zebra pattern figured grain by Burning)
_Body - Burned Ash body
_Neck - One piece Hard Rock Maple
_Pickups - Two high powered Bass pickups
_Controls - One Master Tone and Two Volumes
_Scale - 33.5 inches
_Neck - width at the NUT = 1 & 3/8 inches
This Bass guitar is a copy of the famous Fender Jazz Bass!
|Posted on Monday, September 10, 2001 - 4:09 am: |
Congratulations with this beauy. And without knowing you helped me out on some questions. I own the same bass, only I am fortunate enough to have it complete with the chrome pickup/bridge covers. But from the beginning I wondered if the one-layer plastic pickguard was original. Now I see on the pictures of your bass that it probably is, because yours has the same. I also wondered about the black block-inlays on the fretboard of my bass, because uptil now I only found pictures of this model with pearl block-inlays. But I see that your bass has the black ones too. My bass is a '77 too, I'll come back to you with the serial number.
You're very lucky having purchased this one for only 50 bucks. It may be difficult to find the original missing parts, but there are several companies that make guitar/bass parts. I have good experiences with the company "BOSTON". They make good stuff for a good price.
Enjoy your beautiful bass!!!
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