New G-Bass #7 Shortscale
Lefty 30"
Passive bass.
Year: 2023
Hard Case included.


Brand new, perfect conditions.
Enjoy a really nice, handmade, ergonomic, powerful bass with its Dominger Humbucker Hot with a strong output level, no need for a preamp with this special pickup made for demanding bass players.
Push/Pull Volume to split the pickup from humbucker to single coil and have an even more sounds range.
The slim neck and its 24 frets offers a nice playability and the neckthru an easy access to the high notes.

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Specs:

Body: Ovengkol / Maple 
Neck: Black Limba / Ovengkol 
Fretboard: Maple 
Fretboard Radius: 20" 
Scale length: 30" 
Frets: 24 
Frets: Nickel/Silver 18% 
Fretboard dots: Ovengkol 
Headstock Logo: Maple 
Nut: Bone 38mm 
Bridge: Hipshot A-Style Black 
Strings spacing: 19mm 
Tuners: Hipshot Y Key 3/8" Ultralight Black 
Truss rod: Double Action + Carbon Rods  
Pots: Volume: Push/Pull ABC Part’s 500K
          Tone:    CTS 500K 
Jack:  Pure Tone Full Contact 
Straplock: Dunlop Flush Mount Black 
Pickups: Dominger Humbucker Hot 
Finish: Tru Oil 
Strings: GHS Pure Nickel Roundwound 44-106 Medium 
Weight: 3,6kg (7,9lbs)

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
  • Gary Luthery
Model
  • G-Bass #7 Lefty
Finish
  • Tru Oil
Categories
Year
  • 2023
Made In
  • France
Right / Left Handed
  • Left Handed
Number of Strings
  • 4-String

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