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Kristall Big Room - SOLD, PLEASE DELETE!
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Kristall Big Room - 6 Strings (2018)


-USA hard Maple Body

-Bolt on Maple neck

-Rosewood fingerboard

-26 frets

-33“ inch scale

-C Neckshape

-Nut width: 52mm

-String spacing bridge: 16,5mm

-Fretboard markers: white pearl dots

-Pau-Ferro-bridge with Piezo-Pickup

-Graphtech Piezo Pickups

-Richter Preamp

-Nordstrand DC Magnet-Pickups (60s J-Bass position)

-Nordstrand electronics: Master-Volume(pp-akt/pass), Pickup-Balance (Piezo/Magnet), Balance between magnet PU, Bass, Treble

-Pickup switches (single/dual coils)

-Hipshot Ultralite

-Maple ramp

-Protection Racket Gigbag















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So happy to have my Clement!!! 

This looks like an incredible instrument!! U no longer fancy Kristall? 

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18 hours ago, k-sad said:

So happy to have my Clement!!! 

This looks like an incredible instrument!! U no longer fancy Kristall? 

This bass is amazing. Yes, I still play Kristall Basses. I just have to sell some of my instruments... because of corona...


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