Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar:
Ibanez RGA32 with Bare Knuckle Coldsweats
Modifications (if any):
Stock pickups changed to the BKP Coldsweats that used to be in Nolly's quilted Blackmachine B2, tone and volume pots replaced with higher-quality components, push/pull coiltap installed on tone pot, stock 3-way switch replaced with higher-quality component. Professionally set-up by the fellas at Waghorn Guitars (same workshop as Daemoness).
Accessories (hardshell case etc):
Will be shipped (very well-packed!) in a padded gig bag and cardboard box.
Location (City,State or City,Country):
Bristol, UK. Will most probably be posted from London, UK.
PM me on here if you're interested.
iTrader under the same username on "that other site", and on Jemsite as "fredbaty". 100% feedback on Ebay as "fredbevan89". Oh, and Nolly, PeteyG, Dez, and many others can vouch for the fact that I am not just a sophisticated bot!
£350 firm shipped within the UK, buyer pays any PayPal fees unless using "gift" option. See my post on 10/2/11 for more info.
Up for sale is a pretty minty RGA32, upgraded as per the "modifications" header above with Nolly's old Bare Knuckle Coldsweats. IIRC, the reason the bridge pickup has the double polepieces is that it was originally a Warpig, rewound by Tim at BKP to be a Coldsweat. The only blemishes I can find on the guitar are detailed in the 6th and 7th images - the stain by the AANJ neck joint (which was there when it was new), and the difference in finish on the Gibraltar bridge where your hand rests. The 8th and 9th image show the coiltap on the tone pot.
Anyone familiar with my YouTube videos will probably recognise this guitar. I love it dearly, and am blown away by the tones from the BKPs, but am sadly forced to sell it for myriad reasons. These go for £300 new, but this has a £200 set of pickups in it, upgraded electronics, and a £60 professional setup. As such, I have priced it at £400, but am open to reasonable offers. I don't want to sell this, but unfortunately have to.
You can see it in action on many of my more recent videos here: YouTube - Fredbaty's Channel
It was also used for all of the guitar parts in this recording: Fred Baty - Ocean Coil by fredbaty on SoundCloud - Create, record and share your sounds for free
As Flanders would have it, a cheeky bumparooney. Offers will be considered!