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for sale or trade 

Not getting the playing time that it deserves, excellent bass that’s super comfortable to play with its 30.5” scale length, suits E-C but I have it set up with heavy gauge hex core boomers and played lovely in B-G as well,


The preamp is amazing, so versatile and great as a studio tool to get loads of tones, passive bypass gives a great natural tone as well. 

Here are the specs.

body wood is Alder

top wood is Eucalyptus burl which is stunning
neck is Wenge and Ash

Fingerboard is ACG’s signature acrylic impregnated Wenge for superior stability with luminescent inlays which glow on a dark stage.

Weight is 8.01lbs

Bridge pickup is the Acg SB single coil and the neck is the Acg FB humbucker

preamp is the ACG DFM 5k/AP which is the full dual filter modular with push pull mid boost for both pickups, passive/active switch with tone roll off pot as well. 
Hipshot hardware. 

there is 1 small blemish on the back behind the lower horn I’ll include a picture. 

comes with the original semi Hard shell case.

I will ship at buyers risk, I would prefer collection or I’m happy to drive up to 100 miles to meet up.  








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Where do ‘e get ‘is woods from, that looks exquisite.

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I have it strung with ghs boomers 45-126 hex cores as they are a higher tension so work well on the shorter scale when tunes B-G 👍

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