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Be interesting to see the response to this post, as you just don't see many Steinbergers these days. And I do think they will become very valuable in time but never fragile and always in tune ;)
I just love them all! Good old Ned

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My new '84 Newburgh XL2. Import from France surreally enough, no duty :). Couple of gel coat dings, apart from that zero fret wear and plays like butter. Delighted, rediscovering the joys of 20 second plus sustain....

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Used to work in a music shop in Belgium and this one was always great to play, a rare white Steinberger Elite with a D-tuner. A couple of weeks ago the shop closed and I got to buy this for a price which was affordable (2127 euros was a bit too much before the shop closed but I got it brandnew now for 1200 euros)
My cat is cross-eyed since an accident by the way (glad he survived it)

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Used to work in a music shop in Belgium and this one was always great to play, a rare white Steinberger Elite with a D-tuner. A couple of weeks ago the shop closed and I got to buy this for a price which was affordable (2127 euros was a bit too much before the shop closed but I got it brandnew now for 1200 euros)
My cat is cross-eyed since an accident by the way (glad he survived it)

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Nice cat! Nice bass!

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Just acquired a lefty Steinberger XL2 from the USA. Could someone who has one explain how the controls are set up as are not, as I thought they would be, simply a V/V/T like a jazz bass. Also, an unforeseen problem for me is that the string slots on the headpiece are different widths and and I play with the strings in reverse order. This is currently not possible to do.

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