38 mm Nut zero freight
lighter than a Jazz bass U.S.
access to very decent treble and even easier
if all the knobs are left at noon we already have a very good sound
6 months ago I'm the proud owner of Sandberg California TT4 (Custom Shop)
it was 3 years since I followed Sandberg: the outputs of the new low and the evolution of the mark in the middle of the jungle brands already installed.
Returning now to California, before buying I tried forty or sixty low, it was in Germany.
the body is alder, neck custom shop (22 frets, Marlowe DK: copy of the jazz bass, block inlays) preamp. Glockenklang, Delano pickup.
What is interesting is that Sandberg with the same price with options Custom Shop: body vibration therapy, plus the handle and inlays is any reasonable knowing that the violin and finish are excellent. (Several luthiers confirmed)
Regarding the sound:
I did eight concerts (although from time to time I go back to my old Fender Japan lyte)
with regard to the sound that's a pretty wide range and the sound is very clear we can move the passive to active without the volume does not change, only more potatoes and presence
Another thing the bass is very dynamic and if you have a nuanced playing any means precisely what is really of high-low range even if the market can find a lot more expensive for poor quality
For demos of Sandberg do not hesitate to go on ... and type Y. Marlowe DK plays bass on several Sandberg in addition to his signature model
Before I had already several low; Musima, Eko, Fender Precision, yamaha, and tried many other brands from Cort, Vigier, Sadowsky, Fender, Fodera, Moon .....
Finally I tried many other models VM5 Sandberg, VT4, VM4, etc ...
you can have a passive jazz bass sound very far and accurate as you can get a great sound punchy and very versatile. what is significant is that you can play bass even if there is no battery ....
The report quoted quality / price is unbeatable and the quality is RDV
so I do it again the same choice without hesitation