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steinbergers currently available for sale from headlessusa

Below are the vintage Steinbergers we currently have listed for sale on eBay and Reverb. You may click on a photo for a larger view.  If you are interested or have any questions at all, please CONTACT US with the model and serial number of the guitar in question. All prices do not include shipping or sales tax (if applicable).

GM7TA #TN16407   -   $4395

This stunning flame-top GM7TA just arrived and we're thrilled. One of the most beautiful of the "real" USA-built Steinberger guitars we've seen..
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GL4T #5360   -   $4895

This Steinberger GL4T guitar will ship in a modern gig-bag with its Trans-Trem arm, a new black cotton strap, an extra set of strings, and a copy of Jeff's work-order..
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GM5T #N9572   -   $5595

Extremely rare example of an original silver finished Steinberger GM5T in mint condition. Built by Steinberger Sound in Newburgh, NY..
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XM2 #N11051   -   $5295

An amazing find. This is the only example that we've ever seen of an original Steinberger factory-built bass with a maple colored fingerboard. We "assume" that this was an experimental build to evaluate the public response to a maple fretboard on a Steinberger bass. If you want the rarest Steinberger bass added to your collection, this would be the one to own..
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GK2T #N14269   -   $5495

Kleinberger…. Utilizing the amazing one-piece carbon-fiber neck along with the perfect ergonomics of this unique body, it's truly the "best of both worlds".
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GM4T #TN16422   -   $5195

Many Steinberger fans believe that these last configuration GM's have the best combination of body sculpting, weight, access, and (occasionally) incredibly gorgeous woods...
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XM3 #N8910   -   $2195

A USA-built Steinberger XM3 bass in factory white finish. The XM3's feature the EMG P/J active pickups. This bass was one of the last of the USA-built Steinberger basses produced before Gibson finally "pulled the plug" on the Newburgh factory..
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GL2 Hardtail #1788   -   $4095

The very first 6-string guitars that Ned Steinberger designed were the GL2 hardtail models. With no tremolo system, these guitars have "sustain for days", and are highly coveted by collectors. An incredible and beautiful guitar in superb condition...
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GM4TA #N7212   -   $3995

This GM4TA has the original one-piece carbon-fiber neck construction, the premium low-impedance EMG humbucking and single-coil pickups, and the amazing TransTrem transposing tremolo...
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GL4TA #T9415   -   $5495

Where do you guys keep finding these amazing Steinbergers? Yes, another stunning example of Newburgh Ned's genius. If you've never owned a REAL Steinberger GL guitar, you're in for an amazing ride...
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XL2 #3943   -   $3495

A beautiful USA-built early XL2 bass in a black finish. This was the final "rendition" XL2 with the newly added flip-down leg-rest..
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GK4T #NT14375   -   $9995

A super-rare and near-mint example of the Klein/Steinberger arrangement. This is a perfect example of the Kleinberger in a beautiful white finish...
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GM4T #TN15086   -   $3795

One of the last of the real USA-built Steinberger GM4T model guitars..
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GM1TA #N4883   -   $5295

This red GM1TA was one of the earliest of the very successful GM series of guitars built at the Steinberger Sound factory in Newburgh, NY in the 1980's. Black and white were the most produced colors, so finding an original red version is rare..
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L2 #1424   -   $4495

This beautiful bass is in amazing near-mint condition and it will make a great addition to any serious Steinberger fanatic's collection..
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GM2T #N10266   -   $5495

This highly desirable white Steinberger GM2T has just completed Jeff Babicz's restoration process and is now ready to be played. Of course, it was built by Steinberger Sound in Newburgh, NY. This is a rare model, and has now been totally restored and performs like new..
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GM1TA #N4841   -   $4395

This is a gorgeous, black GM1TA that's been totally restored (see photos) and performs like new..