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This custom build has been especially created for the Thin Lizzy Dedication17 show and is nearing completion.


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Designed on a fender custom shop Phil Lynott precision bass with a few added extras of my own.

This really is one BadAss bass 

More photos and details will follow soon as the build comes to an end and the custom flight case is handbuilt.

Raffle is now live and will run up until the Dedication17 show drawn live at 10pm on Sat 1st October 2022 at the parkway sports & leisure club.

All proceeds raised are to go to NHS Peterborough 

Don’t miss your chance to win this one off custom bass

Good luck to all!

whether your a bass player, Thin Lizzy/Phil Lynott fan do not miss this opportunity to own a classic.

Here we have up for Raffle a custom hand built Phil Lynott Thin Lizzy precision bass.

**please note the raffle is only open to uk residents only - tickets are £10 each and entries are limited to 1000 entries - All money raised is going to the NHS Peterborough**

The bass is being masterbuilt by myself Jez Bush a local luthier @ Peterborough Guitar tech

*This is not an official fender custom shop bass but built to the same specifications using all of the same genuine parts. 

This comes with a modern 9.5” radius instead of the Vinatge 7.5” and is not reliced/aged*

This custom bass build has taken almost 30 weeks and runs at a cost of just over £2k in parts, materials alone.

With accessories, custom case and labour costs this bass would come in at £10k but can be yours if your the lucky winning bidder.


Body: 2 piece select ash body

Finish: Gloss black

Body finish: nitrocellulose laquer 


Sawn maple

Fingerboard: Rosewood fingerboard

Radius: modern 9.5”

Neck shape: vintage C

Number of frets: 20

Fret size: Jumbo

String Nut: Bone

Nut width: 42mm

Headstock: Large 70’s Style 

Neck plate: 4 bolt custom engraved (Phil Lynott silhouette)

Neck finish: Nitrocellulose laquer

Fingerboard: Rosewood

Position inlays: white MOP dot with custom MOP Thin Lizzy logo at 12th fret


Custom ‘78 hand wound custom precision bass

Controls: master volume, master tone

Pickup switching: none

Bloodstone 1970’s Authentic vintage wiring 


Bridge: Leo Quan BasAss II bridge

Tuning machines: Vintage style

Hardware finish: Chrome

Pickguard: Mirrored Chrome

Control knobs: knurled Chrome


Strings: fender USA nickel plated steel .50-.105

Included Accessories:

Custom Flight Case (under construction pics to come soon)

Custom leather studded strap

Custom leather studded wrist band

Custom mirrored Rayban Aviator sunglasses

Thin Lizzy Signed plectrums 

Custom miniature framed mini precision bass

If you wish to buy a raffle ticket please follow the PayPal link to purchase and comment with done and pm your contact details.


For those that don’t have PayPal 

bank transfer can be made to:


G Bush

SC : 20-45-35

ACC : 80061379

Or you can purchase through the shop link

Tickets can also be bought in cash from Jez Bush or Terry Narine 

150 tickets are reserved for sale on the night of the dedication show 

50 are reserved for customers having bass set ups, upgrades and custom work throughout Dec/Jan 

The raffle will run from December 2021 and close on the night of the Dedication show at 10pm on Saturday 1st October 2022

Don’t miss a chance to own this complete one off precision BadAss bass

More photos will be posted soon as this build comes to final completion

Auction open to uk residents only (non uk residents attending the show)  and due to the nature of the costs and it being a one off item shipping is not offered and collection to be arranged in person. 

If you wish to purchase tickets for the Thin Lizzy Dedication show they are available by contacting Terry Narine through fb.