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4-string bass guitar de la marque La Bella

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La Bella Strings starts producing instruments starting with the Olinto Bass Guitar.

The vintage style bass is built with hand-carved Alder that is finished with a nitro-lacquer and comes in Sunburst, Olympic White, Black, and Natural colors. The maple neck has a classic “C” shape profile and is topped with a Madagascar rosewood fingerboard.

La Bella Olinto Bass Headstock

Hardware on the Olinto includes a bone string nut, vintage style reverse tuning machines, and an American Vintage 4 saddle bridge. Chrome bridge and pickup covers are included. Its pickup is a single split-coil controlled with a volume knob and a tone knob.

 

La Bella ships the bass with a choice of their strings as well as an extra set. A gig bag is included.

 

Specs:

  • Body: Hand-carved Alder
  • Finish: Nitro-lacquered
  • Colors: Sunburst, Olympic White, Black, Natural
  • Scale: 34˝
  • Neck: Hand-carved Maple
  • Neck Profile: “C” Shape
  • Frets: 20
  • Fret Size: Vintage Style
  • Fretboard: Madagascar Rosewood
  • Position Inlays: Clay Dot
  • Neck Plate: 4-Bolt
  • Truss Rod: Dual Adjustable
  • Nut: Hand-Shaped Bone
  • Nut Width: 1.75˝
  • Radius: 7.25˝
  • Pickup: Single Split-Coil
  • Controls: One Master Volume, One Master Tone
  • Hardware: Nickel/Chrome
  • Bridge: American Vintage 4 Saddle Bass
  • Bridge Tailpiece: Includes Chrome Bridge Cover
  • String Nut: Bone
  • Tuning Machines: Vintage Style Reverse Tuning Machines
  • Pickup Covers: Chrome Pickup Covers
  • Gig Bag Included

 

Pricing & Availability:

The La Bella Olinto is available for order now directly from the company’s website for $2,950.

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