Albert-Richard 2 – 1201 Geneva – Switzerland
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Leadmusic, Geneva - Switzerland
2 rue Albert-Richard, +41 22 731 62 72
Ask for our offer Regular price: CHF 4,890.00 VAT 7.7% included. Without shipping costs.

Well, folks, here’s an amazing piece of bass, right ? This wonderfull instrument was displayed at the NAMM 2020 and has the most impressive crotched myrtle burl top we ever saw so far, and since it’s a Elrick, it’s not only a dream to look at, it’s also a dream to play and to hold, as it only weights less than 4 kilos. This bass is hand carved from the finest hardwoods,and has aswamp ash body and has a very confortable neck constructed of maple and comes with an optional Macassar ebony fretboard. The swamp ash bodies allows these instruments to stay in an amazing lightweight range, usually around 3.8 to 4 kilos for a 5 strings.

So yes, we can say that the crotched myrtle burl top catches the attention right away. This amazing piece of wood is beautifull, but not only. It not only produces treble and presence, but also a rich timber and nice basses. And as you can see, the glows, flames and figures of that one are absolutely amazing. Speaking about glows, the wedge neck sports a wedge fretboard that has glow in the dark side dots, yes !!!

The Gold Series include instruments that feature bolt-on neck construction. They are identifiable by their gold leaf emblem. These amazing hand crafted basses feature a “heel-less” body design for exceptional upper register access and an asymmetrical bolt pattern offering exceptional stability.

  • 34″ scale 5 string
  • 24 frets + zero fret
  • swamp ash (frêne)
  • optional crotched myrtle burl top
  • hand rubbed oil finish
  • maple neck
  • optional Macassar ebony fretboard
  • optional glow in the dark side dots
  • 2-way adjustable truss rod
  • Bartolini Soapbar pickups
  • Bartolini 3-band preamp with 3-way mid and active bypass with fully shielded control cavity
  • Black hardware
  • Black Hipshot Ultra-light tuners
  • Elrick case