USA made Fender JP-90 from 1990. It’s thin tapered neck is similar to the Jazz neck dimensions with a rosewood fretboard. Jazz & precision pick-up configuration. Rosewood fretboard. Schaller tuning machines. Plays great.
OLP, Ernie Ball licensed, Stingray bass. It’s got the look and sound of the American-made classic without the heavy price point. Cool metallic-blue finish and black pick guard sets off this stylish looker.
The Swerve bass is a short-scale cuastom prototype built in West Seattle by our friend Todd Baker of Todd Guitars. 32″ scale, ash body, bird’s eye maple neck, Mexican Royal Ebony (Katalox) fingerboard, dual action truss rod, bone nut, Seymour Duncan pick-ups, and high end hardware. Includes free set-ups for life. Dang! This thing is
Fun, short scale Ibanez bass from the mid-60s. Giant baseball-bat neck and 1 single coil pick-up. Loads of fun! Comes with original chip-board case.
Sharp looking Squier Jazz Bass by Fender. This finish is unusual to see in the Jazz Bass world but somehow works well with all it’s appointments. The controls work like a standard Jazz bass with individual volume controls for both the neck and bridge and master tone. Comfortable, slender tapered neck with a rosewood fretboard.
This Ampeg SVT3-PRO is a workhorse bass head for the discerning player. Tons of tone options. 9 band EQ. Durable construction and rack-mountable. Classic Ampeg growl.
Here’s a classic solid state bass amp from the 70s Acoustic family that has been used by many including Bootsy Collins. Features 5 band EQ. Modded with a treble boost engange by a rocker switch or foot pedal option as well. Delicious.
This is greatest clean Fender amp tone for bass or guitar players alike. 50 watts of power. Drip edge grill. Freshly serviced. Beautiful.
The Orange OB1-500 Orange bass head is a mean sounding solid state amp. More soon….