Hello everyone! Here I am about to sell my one-of-a-kind super-amazing very rare white Steinberger XL-25 bass. This very rare five string bass is an awesome instrument! In sum, around 8,000 graphite instruments (guitars as well as basses) have been produced, only 5% of them in white color. As well there haven‘t been so many five-stringers among those. So I’d estimate a 100-150 of white 5-strings exist. So you can see how totally unique it is! This precious thing needs no special introduction. Still for those whose are unaware of its greatness I wanna say that it was made in 1990, has serial No.7488 - you got me right, it's a pure American bass straight from Nashville. The bass is tuned, all the frets are perfectly straight as well as the neck, equalizer is in perfect condition also. The bass has original active EMG electronics on board (1 x volume, 2 x tone). The bass is made from graphite, which gives it, gorgeous and well-known Steinberger sound. The purchase of this bass is not simply a purchase of another bass, it's a purchase of a true rare masterpiece. It's as valuable for bass collectors as the famous "Scream" painting by E.Munk for the collectors of art. Truly, no need for further introduction - the name of this bass speaks for itself. It goes along with hard case and original gig-bag with Steinberger logo. As a cool bonus - I'll give you 5 sets of 45-130 D'Adario strings. If You need demo - let me know and I'll send You them! The price for this bass is 4000$ The bass now lives in Moscow, Russia but it's ready to be delivered to any part of the world. I travel a lot so I can take the bass with me to Europe and send it from there if it's of any convenience to you. It can be sent with Express Delivery (with all the necessary things as tracking number for you to track the parcel at any time) by means of FedEx, UPS, USPS etc. Below are the approximate posts for delivery. We can discuss the suitable variant of delivery with You. Please don't hesitate to contact me at any time through my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hope this groovy guy finds a great new home!