Up for grabs a 1963 Silvertone 1444! If you collect vintage basses chances are you’ve ran into a few Silvertones in your time! These were made in America for Sears department stores by Danelectro. They are known for their funky vibe and tone. Desired by collectors and players alike!
Heres are all the house keeping notes. Comes with a non-original gig bag. Its all original except for the tuners, they have been replaced with a nice set of Kluson Deluxe. Nice flat finger board made of Rosewood. 24 frets. The neck itself is made of maple. It has an aluminum nut that is 1 and 11/16 inches. The body is famously made out of Masonite. Some one carved their lovely drivers license number into the back for you. Has its original single “lipstick” pick up. Original nickel bridge with rosewood saddle. And lastly it has its original pick guard. Weighs in at 6 pounds and 3.5 ounces.
If you’ve ever had your hands on a Silvertone then you know the key word is Fun. From the funky light weight Masonite body to the wild single coil pick up it just sounds unique. Great for hanging around the house. Awesome for recording. Not a whole lot looks cooler on stage!
Case: Comes with a gig bag.
Weight: 6 pounds and 3.5 ounces.
Condition: This bass is in good condition.
Modifications: The original tuners have been replaced with a set of Kluson Deluxe. Some one carved their drivers license into the body.
Comments: Classic garage rock bass!