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Hagstrom Super Swede Abba Rutger Gunnarsson Black Gloss Electric Bass Guitar

£1,029.00 £550.00

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Description

Our new Super Swede Bass is an authentic re-creation of this historic model from 1980. A Resinator® fingerboard enhances the sustain of the neck-through design and contributes to the guitars articulate attack. Strings are anchored in place with individual saddles coupled directly to the single massive neck structure providing a foundation for long, piano-like sustain. Hagstrom’s brand-new J-Quad stacked humbuckers are introduced with the Super Swede Bass. We thought it appropriate to commemorate this historic design with our latest pickup innovation. The J-Quads combine low-noise performance with a broad support of the full tonal spectrum, and just a little extra emphasis on mids and lows for when that extra “growl” is needed.

Body: All MHGNY
Double Cutaway – Original 1980 Super Swede Bass Design
Neck Through Body Material: MHGNY
Truss Rod: H-Expander™
Deep “D” Profile
Radius: 15″
Fingerboard/Nut Material: Resinator™
Nut: Graph Tech™ Black Tusq XL 40 mm nut
Fretboard: Resinator™
Fretboard Inlays: Hagstrom Pearloid Block Inlays
Frets: 20 Medium Jumbo
Tuning Keys: Hagstrom Design 22:1 Tuning Pegs
Scale Length: 34“ / 964 mm
Pickups: 2 x Hagstrom Design J-Quad – quad-stacked Humbucker
Controls: 2 x Volume, 1 x Tone
Chrome Knobs
Bridge: Hagstrom Individual Adjustable Direct-Mount Saddles
Strings: D’Addario (55-105)

Additional information

Weight 5.5 kg
Dimensions 109 × 39 × 15 cm

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Features

One of Hagstrom’s last projects before their Swedish production stopped was a collaboration between their chief guitar designer Per-Åke Olsson and Rutger Gunnarsson, bassist for the Swedish super-group ABBA. This resulted in the Super Swede Bass, which was used by Rutger throughout ABBA’s final North American tour in September/October 1979. Only 364 of these basses were produced before Hagstrom ceased guitar production in Sweden, and over the years they’ve become a sought-after collector’s item. Hagstrom’s original Super Swede bass had a neck-through design, a feature found typically on more expensive hand-crafted bass guitars. Neck-through basses offer unrestricted access to the highest frets since there is no heel needed to support the neck/body joint, and also tend to have more sustain than traditional set-neck or bolt-on instruments.