Fender Steve Bailey Vi 6-String Fretless Bass Black
"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 creditsincluding 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 alderFinish: Nitrocellulose lacquerNeck: asymmetrical quartersawn mapleFingerboard: ebony with compound 9.5"" to 14"" radiusScale length: 34""Nut width: 2""Hardware: chromeTuning keys: hipshot ultraliteBridge: locking CVM (Convertible Modular) bridgePickguard: 4-ply brown shellPickups: custom 6-string jazz bass pickupsPickup switchingblend knob with center detentControls: Master Volume, Pickup Blend with detent, Bass boost/cut, Treble boost/cut, Mute switch"
Fender American Vintage '62 Jazzmaster Electric Guitar (with Case)
First introduced at the 1958 NAMM show, the uniquely contoured body of the Jazzmaster incorporates a snappy 25-1/2 in. scale length with warm-sounding pickups.
Fender Custom Shop Limited 1960 Closet Classic P Bass Electric Bass Guitar 3Tone Sunburst
The Fender Limited 1960 Closet Classic P Bass Electric Bass Guitar is an exacting replica of an historic instrument. Every detail of the original has been painstakingly analyzed and reproduced. The vibe, sound, and feel of this one will inspire any modern bassist in search of his or her roots.The Fender Custom Shop honors the epochal turn-of-the-decade version of the instrument with the Limited 1960 Closet Classic Precision Bass in Three-Color Sunburst.Alder bodyThree-Color Sunburst lacquer finish aged with a Closet Classic treatment1960 Precision Bass oval C-shaped quartersawn maple neck with 7.25-radius rosewood fretboardVintage-style split single-coil pickupFour-ply tortoiseshell pickguardVintage-style tunersLimited edition chrome neck plateCertificate of authenticityIncludes limited edition blonde textured vinyl case with red crushed velvet interior
Fender Custom Shop Paul Weller Masterbuilt 1963 Telecaster Light Relic Electric Guitar 3-Color Sunburst
This 1963 Telecaster Light Relic Masterbuilt is a one-off from The Fender Custom Shop crafted by Master Builder Paul Waller.The 1963 Telecaster features a lightweight alder body with a 3-tone sunburst nitrocellulose lacquer finish given a Light Relic treatment--the finish shows natural wear from years of light use, with a few nicks, lightly worn finish, oxidized hardware, and aged plastic parts. The body is fitted with a quartersawn maple neck with a luxurious vintage tint, a '60s C-shape, and a 9.5" radius dark rosewood fingerboard with tall, narrow 6105 jumbo frets. The pickups include a hot-rodded Twisted Tele single-coil neck position pickup and a '60s Telecaster single-coil in the bridge position. The 1963 Telecaster Light Relic Masterbuilt electric guitar comes with a black hardshell case and Custom Shop certificate.Light relic aged 3-tone sunburst lacquer finishLightweight alder bodyTinted quartersawn maple neck with '60s "C" back-shapeDark rosewood fretboard with 9.5" radius6105 FretsTwisted Tele neck pickup'60s Telecaster bridge pickup3-way switch with modern wiringThree-ply mint green pickguardVintage hardwareBone nutWing string treeBlack hardshell caseCertificate of Authenticity
Ernie Ball Music Man Bongo 6 Hh Bass Black Black Pickguard
The 6-string MusicMan Bongo Bass Guitar is crafted from select basswood carved into one of the most distinctive electric guitar body styles ever. The MusicMan Bongo is very well balanced and responsive. Features include a super-tight 5-bolt joint to a select maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard. Dual neodymium humbucker pickups with 4-band EQ on 2 concentric knobs and continuous balance provide huge tone with precision command. The Bongo electric bass's Schaller BM tuners with tapered string posts, easily accessible truss rod, matching headstock, and a graphite acrylic resin-coated body cavity (for supreme noise shielding) add up to true MusicMan luxury.Body Wood: BasswoodBody Finish: High gloss polyesterBridge: Music Man chrome-plated, hardened steel bridge plate with stainless steel saddlesPickguard: BlackFrets: 24 - High profile, wideNeck Wood: Select maple neckFingerboard: RosewoodFret Markers: Custom Half-MoonsNeck Finish: Opaque satinNeck Colors: Color matches bodyTuning Machines: Schaller BM, with tapered string postsTruss Rod: Adjustable - no component or string removalNeck Attachment: 5 bolts - perfect alignment with no shifting; Sculpted neck joint allows smooth access to higher fretsElectronic Shielding: Graphite acrylic resin coated body cavity and aluminum control coverControls: Dual Pickup, 4-band active preamp; vol, bridge/neck pickup balance, treble, high-mid, low-mid, bassPickups: Dual Humbucking with Neodymium magnets(Super Slinky Bass #2834)
WHITESNAKE Slip Of The Tongue (1989) (GEFFEN)
Slip Of The Tongue (1989) (GEFFEN)WhitesnakeAlbum Description:SLIP OF THE TONGUE is an album by the heavy metal band Whitesnake, released in 1989. This is the band's ninth studio album overall. It features Grammy-award winner Steve Vai on guitars. Four singles were released from the album: Fool for Your Loving , Slip of the Tongue The Deeper the Love and Now You're Gone . All the singles hit the Mainstream Rock Tracks top 40, and The Deeper the Love and Fool For Your Loving were top 5. SLIP OF THE TONGUE has sold over four million copies (quadruple platinum).U.K. hit Fool for Your Loving originally appeared on the READY AN' WILLING album, but it was re-recorded for this album later to become an instant MTV favorite.When it became known that Vivian Campbell had left Whitesnake and been replaced by six-string master Steve Vai in 1989, the rock world and guitar fans everywhere waited with bated breath for the new line-up's first album together. Vai was supposed to join forces with Whitesnake's other guitarist, Adrian Vandenberg, but a freak injury to Vandenberg's hands prior to the sessions meant that Vai handled all the guitar duties himself.SLIP OF THE TONGUE was another hit -- the band, and especially singer David Coverdale, was once again in fine Zeppelin-esque form. Such raunchy rockers as the album-opening title track, Cheap An' Nasty, and Kittens Got Claws fitted in well with the then-thriving party/glam metal climate.Whitesnake:David Coverdale vocalsSteve Vai GuitarsAdrian Vandenberg - Guitars (credited, but does not appear on album)Rudy Sarzo bassTommy Aldridge drumsGuest Musicians:Glenn Hughes - backing vocalsTommy Funderburk - backing vocalsRichard Page - backing vocals on Now You're Gone Don Airey - keyboardsDavid Rosenthal - keyboardsOther credits:Produced and engineered by Keith Olsen and Mike ClinkAssisted by Noel Golden, Gordon Fordyce, Shay Baby & Allen AbrahamsonMixed at Record Plant Studios by Mike Clink and Keith OlsenMastered b