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Would consider a trade for the early 80s Precision special. The active one with matching headstock. Prefer Lake placis blue with maple board or candy apple red

 

I have decided to put my Steinberger back up for sale. I tried a while back but was tired of the lowball offers, so I removed it from sale.

It's in really amazing condition, it's not mint but it is very good. It has 2 extra strap buttons on its base, which prevents damage if you lean it against something.

It has its original gig bag.

I'm not in any hurry as I don't need to sell it, it's just time someone started using it. I've only used it in my Police tribute band.

 

I can courier in the UK but I would rather meet up, I'm prepared to meet part way if that helps

More photos if required, just PM me

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Such an incredible piece of industrial design. I can look at this thing all day. Bizarre to think the same guy came up with the amorphous Spector NS. Good luck with the sale!

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Ah I miss my XL2 transitional - these are thunderous basses with just a glorious feel and sound. 

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On 09/01/2020 at 14:57, ZilchWoolham said:

Such an incredible piece of industrial design. I can look at this thing all day. Bizarre to think the same guy came up with the amorphous Spector NS. Good luck with the sale!

Agree 100% regarding the Steinberger: one of the pinnacles of bass guitar design IMO.

Disagree 100% regarding the 'amorphous' Spector description: one of the pinnacles of bass guitar design IMO (and yes, Warwick 'borrowed' the design). 

I'd buy this in a heartbeat if I had the funds.

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