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Electric Bass Sterling By Music Man GSU RAY4HH-OLV-M1
- Body : linden tree - Color : Olive - Easel : fixed - Pickguard : white - Tuning fork: 34" (≈ 864 mm) - Radius: 9.5" (≈ 240 mm) - Frets: 21 - medium - Width at saddle: 1.5" (38 mm) - Handle : Solid maple - Fingerboard : solid maple - Fret markers: white/black dot - Mechanics : open gear - Truss Rod: simple action - Construction: screwed handle - Controls: active 2-band EQ preamplifier - Selector: 5 positions - Micros: HH - 2 Ceramic Humbucker - Strings: 0.45-1.05 Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Without the Fender Precision Bass, the original electric bass, dance floors around the world would remain hopelessly empty. Our instruments keep up with the music. That's why today we introduce the modern version of this pioneering instrument - the American Professional Precision Bass.
Jazz Bass 1965 Sunburst + case
Released in 1960, Jazz Bass quickly established itself as a reference on the market. This 1965 L-series model is in a very good state of preservation. Everything is original, except the case and a few screws. The neck pickup has been waxed. This is an exceptional bass, one of the last L series!
Horizon Bass 1983 Sunburst + case
This ESP is based on the general design of the Fender Precision / Telecaster Bass. Originally fretless, this one has been transformed into a fretless and the fingerboard is now made of ebony. Difficult to date, it would be from 1983. In very good condition and sold in its original case.
Music Man - Stingray Classic - Vintage Sunburst
The story behind the legend. Freed from his contractual obligations due to the sale of his company in 1965, Leo Fender decided to create Music Man in 1975 with two of his former employees, Forrest White and Tom Walker. In 1976, they created the Stingray, an innovative bass that would quickly conquer the 4-string world and contribute to the renown of this new company. A tribute to the original model. The Classic version of the Stingray is a true homage to the original model with its through-string bridge, damper, alder body and 2-band equalizer. This replica reproduces the sound and playing sensations of the model conceived and designed by Leo Fender in 1976.