The NXT4A is a full double bass scale length, featuring a solid maple body and neck with a graduated ebony fingerboard that makes for a rich, full tone. The adjustable bridge and truss rod allow for low, fast action, and Pizzicato and arco techniques have almost unlimited expressive potential due to the NS Design Polar™ Pickup System. Two separate mounted transducers beneath the bridge offer unlimited expressive potential and powerful dynamics. With each pickup specialised for a specific task, a convenient switch gives you the choice to select a traditional arco mode for percussive attack and a dynamic bowed response, or the pizzicato mode for a smooth, sustained tone. The NXTa’s dual-mode output switches effortlessly between a capacitor-powered active circuit and a passive circuit with high-impedance output, and the graduated fingerboard with its interchangeable support systems ensure a customised playing experience.


Very good: there are some minor dings and scratches. Comes complete with gig bag and two types of stands.


  • Serial no: 75865
  • Body and Neck: Solid Straight Grain Maple in a Sunburst finish
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Bridge: Rock Maple
  • Weight: 3.99 KG
  • Country of manufacture: Czech Republic

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • NXT4A
  • Sunburst

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