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Gold Tone Club Bass (consignment) SOLD

February 9, 2012
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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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