Sandberg Introduces Electra TT4 Bass Guitar

Sandberg has unveiled the latest in their Electra series of basses, the TT4. The new bass takes cues from classic designs with a pair of single coil pickups and a tobacco sunburst matte finish.

Sandberg Electra TT4 Bass Guitar

Similar to the Electra VS4, the TT4 is built with a basswood body, a Canadian hard rock maple neck, and a rosewood fingerboard. The bass has active/passive electronics with a stacked knob for Bass and Treble controls. Hardware on the bass is designed by Sandberg.

The Sandberg Electra TT4 will carry a MAP price of around $995, according to North American distributor Diffusion Audio. For more info, check out the Sandberg Guitars website.

Sandberg Electra TT4 Bass Specs:

  • Construction: Bolt-on, 6 bolts
  • Scale: 34?
  • Body: Basswood
  • Neck: Canadian Hard Rock Maple
  • Frets: 22
  • Finish: Tobacco Burst, Matte Finish
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Bridge: Sandberg
  • Pickup: Sandberg Designed Single Coil Pickups
  • Preamp: Sandberg Designed 2-band EQ (Active/Passive)

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  1. Sandberg makes awesome basses, I just so happen to own a California TT4, which looks to be the “deluxe” (more expensive) version of this one, for anyone who hasn’t tried a Sandberg bass, I assure you that they hold a higher standard than most other, i.e Fender, Cort etc. Besides, if you’re going to put around 1500$+ for a bass, and you’re thinking about getting a fender, don’t. Get a Sandberg instead, the craftsmanship is superior to that of fender (these days).