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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).


Do you recognize this handsome young man? No, he is not that famous X-rated star, "Buck Naked". Available now at HeadlessUSA is the world's rarest Steinberger prototype bass. This bass was Ned's earliest attempt at a carbon-graphite, neck-through-body bass guitar. This instrument will most certainly one day reside in a museum, as it exhibits Ned's earliest concepts of a totally new and breakthrough design for the electric solid-body bass. We've named it the "Platypus" because it's so unusual in appearance, yet, one can see Ned's imagination at work, as he re-thinks all of the most critical factors in modern electric bass design.
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L2 LEFTY #1073

A stunning left-handed Steinberger L2 Brooklyn labeled bass. Original lefty L2 basses are very scarce and to find one in this condition is amazing... 


The GM-series was the most successful of the wooden body variants. This is the version #2 body that was first built at the end of the Newburgh era and continued in Nashville. This body became much more sculpted and much lighter...
 Super-clean and fully restored/refurbished by Jeff Babicz. Jeff re-fretted and mirror-polished the frets, and also serviced the electronics. 
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This premium model features the one piece neck-thru-body carbon-graphite construction and is impervious to changes in temperature and humidity. 3-button pickup selector allows for any combination of pickups along with volume and tone controls which makes it simple and familiar.  If you're a serious guitar player, you owe it to yourself to experience one of the finest electric guitars that exist...
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