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Steinberger Spirit XT-25 Left-Handed 5-String Standard Bass
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The Spirit XT-25 Left-Handed 5-string bass guitar features the same distinctive body-shape as the award-winning Steinberger XL Series and features th...Read More
The Spirit XT-25 Left-Handed 5-string bass guitar features the same distinctive body-shape as the award-winning Steinberger XL Series and features the trademark headless neck with the patented Double-Ball tuning system. Other features include the patented double-ball Steinberger bass bridge with direct-pull, 40:1 ratio machine heads, 2 (HB - HB) EMG Select bass pickups and folding leg rest for playing comfort while sitting. The left-handed XT-2 is extremely travel-friendly too. Being only 38.5" in length, it can fit in places where other basses can't. The 5-string Spirit electric bass also features a 3-piece hard maple neck and thru-neck solid wood construction.
Includes gig bag.
A great 5-string bass that has a distinctive, award-winning body-shape, along with amazing features
- Number of strings: 5
- Body material: Maple
- Neck material: 3-piece hard maple
- Neck joint: Thru-neck
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Fingerboard radius: 14"
- Scale length: 34"
- Frets: 24
- Neck width at zero fret: 1.625"
- Pickups (passive): Bridge - EMG Select Humbucker
- Neck - EMG Select Humbucker
- Controls: 1 - Neck Pickup Volume, 1 - Bridge Pickup Volume, 1 - Master Tone
- Bridge: Patented Steinberger Bass Bridge with direct-pull 40:1 fine tuners
- Tuning system: Patented, Steinberger Double-Ball System
- Overall length: 38.50"
- Includes gig bag
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Comments about Steinberger Spirit XT-25 Left-Handed 5-String Standard Bass:
the first bass that I really like was this bass before I knew how to play one.I started taking lesson 13 years ago.Back then there were only right basses and no lefties and I really wanted one.i bought a custom made 4 string that has a mockingbird mohagany body and a fender neck a p 1/4 pounder pickup and a fat humbucker as a bridge pickup that I install myself. that bass is fat.then I wanted a 5 string bass that I never found so I bought a used conklyn maple 7 string sidewinder which is beautiful but heavy.I guess that's my story of being a lefty.finely I check this store 8 months ago and i saw that there were going to get a 5 string in june. it came yesterday I took it to church and it plays beautiful.it got this nice clear bass tone that doesn't get muddy.I recorded the band(youtube CCI Brooklyn-mi buen jesus).its light the only thing I got to get use is that the neck swings out and where i used to find low f its low g and my picking finger wonders to the bridge other then that its light comfortable. and easy to carry around.