|Serial Number||N/A, built in 2006.|
|Pricing||$499 CND with bag case. SOLD|
|Neck||Maple neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard, no markers. Slotted head with fullsize geared tuners. Neck is a bolt-on with five solid bolts, so adjustments will be easy to perform and secure. Scale length is 41 3/4″.|
|Frets||No frets to ever wear out or require maintenance!|
|Body||Tranditional cello-shaped, spruce top on chambered maple back and sides.|
|Finish||Tobacco sunburst gloss finish.|
|Hardware/electronics||Piezo pickup elements in the bridge, one for each string; volume control, and active treble/bass boost contro with a neutral setting in the center; uses one standard 9v battery. Geared tuners with black finish, retractable stand in tailblock, adjustable bridge height. Ebony bridge and nut.|
|Playability/Action||Plays very nicely, resonant with lots of bottom end and clarity.|
|Case||Bag case included.|
|Comments||Upright basses were one of the major casualties of the rise of the electric guitar – and especially of the Fender Bass. However, they still have a place and this style of Club bass, with a smaller, feedback-resistant body can really do the trick. It’s got much of the feel of an upright, with the deep, almost sub-audible, tactile bottom end. This example is well made, in very good shape and sounds great. The construction allows it to be quickly set up for any player’s style and touch.|
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