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I just bought a Swedish handmade jazzclone. The Brand is called Lighthouse.  They tried producing highend basses a couple of years ago. I have two. Hipshot bridge and tuners. Glockenklang preamp and Lundgren (swedish) vintage jazz pickups.

Really nice!

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