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Hagstrom HB-4 Bass Guitar (4 String, Cream)

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The Hagstrom Select Series, Vintage Series, and UltraLux Series guitars recapture the original glorious Hagstrom style. They are built to the same stringent quality standards and feature Hagstrom’s exclusive technologies including the legendary H-Expander Truss Rod while introducing a number of new technological advances such as the Resinator Fretboard in order to guarantee that these are the finest guitars on the market.The Hagstrom Vintage Series HB-4 4-String Bass Guitar has the classic Hagstrom bass design. The HB-4 Bass Guitar features a 44mm Mahogany body and a Maple Bolt-on Neck with neck plate. The fingerboard is made from Resinator wood with Hagstrom 6mm Pearl Dot Position Marks. Resinator wood is more stable than any standard wood product. It is the perfect fingerboard material in that it eliminates wolf tones or hot spots, and it has a smooth, articulate sound. The H-Expander Truss Rod provides tension at either end and running the entire length of the neck, and the rigid yet lightweight alloy truss rod allows for a very low action and thin neck, two factors that were instrumental in earning Hagstrom its reputation as the world’s fastest playing guitar. The HB-4 has two Hagstrom Open H-Rail, Alnico 5 Bass Pickups. Other features are: Hagstrom 17:1 Die Cast tuning keys, 30.75 inch scale length, a Hagstrom Full Contact Bass bridge, dual access, a 6-way rotary pickup selector, and 1 x volume/ 1 x tone.

Product Features

  • Easy playabability
  • Thin neck
  • Custom pickups
  • Beautiful finishes
  • Easy playability
  • Thin neck with Custom pickups

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Anonymous says:

This is quickly becoming my favorite bass. It is a dream to play. The neck is thin and sleek, and the full range of tones from the twin humbuckers is impressive. I own several Fenders, including some rather pricey ones, but this beats them all, hands down. The strings-thru-body bridge gives it wonderful sustain. I’m still trying to master the selector switch; it gives me so many choices, I’m like a kid in a candy store. Bridge adjustment is a bit strange–loosen a small set screw and then with…

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