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WITHDRAWN: Sandberg California VM2 Darkhawk
£1475


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This was/is my dream bass, Black, Black and DR Black Beauty Strings. 

I’ll post actual snaps tomorrow, 12 months old, Immaculate no dingaling dongs, it looks the part. Only reason I might move it on is obvious really, no gigs, old getting older, corvid jobby and I’m considering regressing to 34” scale. Bought from these people after stumbling on the Bass whilst browsing.

https://m.musik-produktiv.com/gb/sandberg-california-vm2-darkhawk-5-bkb.html

Face to face transaction preferred, I’ll go half way not happy to post if I do it’s UK only.

Thanks for looking

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45 minutes ago, ProfJames said:

................is it 4 string?

Have you clicked on the ‘Link’, please do and count the machine heads, it’s a 4 over 1 configuration, 5 strings in all.

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  • Body Shape: Precision bass
  • Body Material: Ash
  • Technology: Solid Body
  • Colour / Finish: Black Satin
  • Neck construction: Bolt on neck
  • Scale: Extra long scale
  • Scale Length: 35" (889 mm)
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: 22
  • Fretboard Inlays: Side Dots
  • Strings: 5-string
  • Pickup type: Humbucker
  • Neck Pickup: Sandberg Black Label
  • Bridge Pickup: Sandberg Black Label
  • Electronics: 3 band Equaliser
  • Controls: 1x Volume, Bass/Mid/High- Mid, 1x Blend
  • Pickup Selector Switch: Blend
  • Hardware: Pearl black
  • Including: Gigbag
  • Special Features: Darkglass Tone Capsule active preamp
  • Country of Origin: Germany
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7 hours ago, Oldman said:

Have you clicked on the ‘Link’, please do and count the machine heads, it’s a 4 over 1 configuration, 5 strings in all.

Next time I'll look............if I can be bothered.............

 

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51 minutes ago, Thunderbird said:

I think he means the seller doesn't even know what the controls are 

Ooooooer, That’s what the link was there for, if anyone could be bothered.

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1 hour ago, Cuzzie said:

Oh, are you selling for someone else?

Oh, no, it’s my bass, I just don’t really pay attention to the minutia of single, double, split coil dumbuckers with switches, I did find the mid frequency knob useful. I just do bass, not techie stuff, is all. 

Its a feeler, it’s my main bass, I’m not gigging and unlikely to be, maybe never. Whilst  It’s sat sittin’, I’m thinkin, use my Thumb, BEAD it, jobs a good un hence the feeler.

 

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