- published: 17 Oct 2016
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Latest release from MTD Kingston, the Saratoga Deluxe 5 bass. This is one of the best value for money basses, packed with lots of excellent features, and high quality construction. Made from basswood body, it is available with maple or rosewood fingerboard. The electronics is a 3 band EQ, with passive tone controls, giving a very versatile tone. Low action, asymmetrical neck profile, and the weight is not too heavy. This bass is available at bassFREQ! Contact us a firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire further, or visit our website www.bassfreq.com.sg for more details.
http://www.fretspot.com/in-stock-now/mtd-usa-saratoga-5-string-bass-with-mtd-gig-case/ This is an MTD Saratoga 5f. The serial number is 2769a. The build date is 01/13/2016. This bass had a new list price of $5700, and likely sold new for $4300-4600. The body is roasted ash. The neck is maple with a birdseye maple fingerboard. This bass is 34" scale with 21 frets. The neck and body are hand finished with an epoxy base coat and catalyzed urethane topcoat. This should make a great feeling and durable finish. Upkeep on the finish is simple. It can be cleaned and polished with any high quality guitar polish. This bass is delivered with the revolutionary Buzz Feiten Tuning system. This system will show a great improvement in tuning when playing chords and when working with a keyboard and horn...
Custom basses are our favourite. Nothing beats these hand made basses using the best of woods, with exquisite workmanship. This MTD Saratoga Norm Stockton Artist Edition is hand made by Michael Tobias and the MTD team in the USA. It raises the bar on custom basses, surpassing the best basses in this price range. Articulate, beautifully made, customised electronics, and an iconic tone! We hope this video will give you a better idea of this incredible bass, and take you a closer to finding your cure for G.A.S! Contact us to enquire! www.bassfreq.com.sg www.facebook.com/bassfreq.sg
Eesha Khare, 18, of Saratoga, Calif. received the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award of $50,000. With the rapid adoption of portable electronics, Eesha recognized the crucial need for energy-efficient storage devices. She developed a tiny device that fits inside cell phone batteries, allowing them to fully charge within 20-30 seconds. Eesha's invention also has potential applications for car batteries.