Gadotti King Bass
From the new manufacturing facility in Brazil, Gadotti Guitars announces the King Bass which is available in 4 to 6 strings, frets and fretless.
The King Bass construction is a neck thru body built with Honduras Mahogany and Maple for sustain and brightness, Cocobolo fretboard with 24 dunlop standard Bass Frets. King Bass specifications are Kent Armstrong H4BE Active Pickups and Kent Armstrong Active Circuitry. Hipshot Bridge and Dunlop Duo-StrapLock. Back Cover and Truss-rod Cap made with mahogany, no plastics. The King Bass uses a two way Truss-rod for positive and negative pressure. The company also offers a variety of Lollar pickups for more of a vintage yet contemporary feel and tone. The King Bass is also available with exotic woods and Signature Brazilian Rosewood. The King Bass is finished off by the famous Gadotti metal logo on the headstock.
MSRP $1,999 base cost.
More information is available at: www.gadotti-guitars.com.
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