Big Island EBU-SMP-N Electric Bass Ukulele in gigbag

Big Island EBU-SMP-N Electric Bass Ukulele in gigbag
SKU: 3991

Availability: Last Few Remaining

Excl. VAT: £315.83 Incl. VAT: £379.00
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Just a great looking bit of kit! This is a good, heavyweight instrument with real bass mojo. Quite the heaviest ukulele bass that we've ever stocked, it feels solid and pretty indestructible in the hand. It has a nice wide neck as well, so if you want to slap, tap and pop you have all the space to do so.

The magnetic pickup gives a really authentically bass guitarry kind of sound, so banish thoughts of the low woody thump you get with hollowbody uBass type instruments, and think more of a brighter, more contemporary tone. There is a tone control onboard, so you can dial in more or less treble as you see fit, but you will not dial the sharper attack that you get out of the sound.

The one shown in the photos is a good representation of average - each one will vary a little in appearance, so contact us for photos of current stock if you wish.

Spec:

Mahogany Back, with Spalted Maple Top
Maple neck
Rosewood Fingerboard With 400mm Radius
Chrome Finished Steel bridge
Chrome machine heads
Scale length 520mm
Gloss finish
Magnetic Pickup
1 Volume + 1 Tone control
Steel Strings
Tuning: EADG
Nut width: 39.5mm
Width at 12th fret: 54mm
Width at bottom bout: 250mm
Weight: 2.5kg
Gig Bag included
Replacement strings: Dogal UBS162

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