Fender Steve Bailey VI 6-String Fretless BassProduct #502779 Fender 502779 BAL 6+ String Electric Bass https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Play the 6-string fretless that bears the name of a living bass legend.
Playing the 6-string Fender Steve Bailey VI Fretless Bass puts you behind an electric bass backed by the success of Steve Bailey himself. Bailey is known as a player's player, an instructional author with an impressive list of performing and recording credits—including Dizzy Gillespie, the Rippingtons, and Jethro Tull.
The Fender Steve Bailey Jazz Bass VI is a phenomenal vehicle for self-expression that offers you the opportunity to explore a virtually limitless tonal palette in the quest to define your own voice on the bass. From silky singing cello-like tones to the thundering bottom end that only a beautifully executed low "B" string can produce, this Fender bass guitar is one of the finest examples of the marriage of art and engineering.
The fretless Fender J-Bass has a select alder body and a quartersawn maple neck with an asymmetrical profile with a 9.5" to 14" compound-radius 2-octave ebony fingerboard. Other appointments include custom Fender bass pickups, 18-volt active electronics, an onboard mute switch, onboard active EQ, a heavy-duty fully adjustable Fender locking bridge and Bailey's initials on the back of the headstock.
Fender includes a hardshell case with the Steve Bailey VI Fretless Bass.
- Body: select alder
- Finish: Nitrocellulose lacquer
- Neck: asymmetrical quartersawn maple
- Fingerboard: ebony with compound 9.5" to 14" radius
- Scale length: 34"
- Nut width: 2"
- Hardware: chrome
- Tuning keys: hipshot ultralite
- Bridge: locking CVM (Convertible Modular) bridge
- Pickguard: 4-ply brown shell
- Pickups: custom 6-string jazz bass pickups
- Pickup switching—blend knob with center detent
The finest combination of art and engineering. Order your Steve Bailey VI 6-string fretless bass today.