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Time to switch things up?

If it has strings...

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Re: Time to switch things up?

Post by oldslapper »


Fantastic, really enjoying it so far. This is the Super Light version so the bass only weighs 6lbs 7ozs.

There are plenty of EQ options on tap and the neck is very comfy to move around.

Has ever, that German build quality is present! ;)

Good news 😎

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Re: Time to switch things up?

Post by Stan_da_man »

I messaged a few builders about building a short scale bass or implementing my Jazz neck on a lighter body. I realised the main issue, pure and simple, was weight. I can play a 34" scale fine, I just struggle with the weight of some basses. My Sandberg sorts the weight issue by being extremely light and then some. Really great bass that I've played every day since acquiring it.

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