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FS/FT - NS Design CR4 Poplar Burl
£1830
Hamburg/Germany

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NS Design CR4 Poplar Burl

The hass is in good condition, just has some little bumps on the back. It come including stand and gigbag.


-Solid rock maple neck & body with poplar burl face
-Macassar Ebony fingerboard 43.1mm (1.7") wide at nut; 89.0mm (3.5") max. width
-NS Polar™ directional piezo pick-up system
-18 volt active circuit by HAZ Laboratories • Mono output
-Volume, Polar™ pickup blend (between pizzicato/arco modes), Treble & Bass Cut/Boost
-106cm (41.73") scale
-Steel, fully adjustable, standing tripod design stand (Weight 3.2kg / 7 lbs)

International shipping possible on buyers expense.

 

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