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******SOLD Locally******

Used Sandberg TT5 in 9/10 condition! 
This bass is really light and punchy. Just had a fresh set of strings on. Comes with the Sandberg gigbag. 

This is my last bass, but sadly finances are not good so I need to find some cash from somewhere and not much else is moving in this current climate. With that in mind I would be interested in trades as long as I’m still getting a decent amount of cash from the deal (so no swaps etc) thinking along the lines squires etc. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Few more details;

34” scale

mahogany body

birdseye maple top

maple neck and board 

Delano pickups and 2band EQ

sandberg hardware

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Update on trades:

so the only thing I’m interested in trade wise is are precision Basses, however I would like at least £500 cash value from the deal. So things used players series or lesser values versions. 
 

Thanks again for looking 😃

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