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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by JACink, Jun 9, 2017.
Yes type O. My bad.
Here are some of the 32" scale bass Cliff has made over the years. I'll be posting my pictures of my 30" scale bass when it arrives in summer of 2019. It was between a birdsong, Brad Muckelroy or Betts . There all about same price range. Just fell in love with the CB basses. Talked to Mr Costa from MG basses he told me he would build me a 30" scale bass but have not seen him make any yet. So Cliff got my vote and my business.
I bet that is a world of fun I love the CB great choice!
Jolana Iris made in Czechoslovakia is an 31" scale
SX Ursa 3 JR MN ALDER 3TS SHORT SCALE BASS w/Bag - RondoMusic.com
SX Ursa 3 JR MN ALDER 3TS SHORT SCALE BASS w/Bag
NEW!! A Short Scale Alder Body Ursa 3!
Great for the player that requires a smaller, more comfortable bass
Includes a free padded carry bag.
This bass has a 30" scale length; that's 4 inches shorter than a normal size bass, making it an excellent starter bass for a young beginner
It also makes a perfect low cost travel bass
Dual cutaway body provides access to the upper frets
Contoured back for hours of comfortable play
Bolt-on maple neck with adjustable truss rod
Solid American alder body creates an authentic vintage sound
Maple fretboard with 20 jumbo frets
High output passive style pickups with two volume controls and one tone control
The design of the neck and fully adjustable traditional bridge provide superior action, making this bass very easy to play
Full length, including strap button: 43"
Scale length: 30"
Width at the widest point: 12"
Width of the neck at the nut: 1 1/2"
Width of the neck at the 12th fret: 2 1/32"
Width of the neck at the 20th fret: 2 1/4"
Thickness of the neck at the nut: 13/16"
Thickness of the neck at the 12th fret: 7/8"
String spacing at the nut 3/8": (overall 1 1/8")
String spacing at the bridge: 5/8" (overall 1 15/16")
Neck pickup: 2 1/4" x 1 1/16"
Bridge pickup: 3 5/8" x 3/4" (1 1/8" to screw cutouts)
30" Music Man Stingray is supposed to come out this year: NAMM 2019: Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray Short Scale bass - gearnews.com
That is interesting... until I saw the $1999 RRP, which means even more here in Europe. For that money I can think of a few alternatives that are higher on my list.
Aria SB-JR750 (basically a 32" version of the SB-1000)
Musicman Stingray Short Scale
Rob Allen MB-2 (32" custom)
Gretsch TK-300 - 30"
Fender Musicmaster - 30"
CB basses 30" short scale bass. Nordstrand bigman blade pickups
7.2 LBS stabilized Hybrid buckeye burl top. Ash body. Tone monster.
Schecter Banshee Bass (30")
Fender Kingman ABG doesn’t seem to be listed?
Maruszczyk Elwood 30", Jake 30",
Nordstrand Acinonyx 30.7",
Stirling StingRay SS 30",
Warwick: Corvette SS 30.75", Streamer SS, Star Bass II,
Gretch Gxxxx Junior
Ibanez : EHB1000S 30" & TMBx
Framus Star Bass (no longer made)
Greg Bennett Corsair CR1 3.
I bought this on a whim whilst waiting for my new Fender Jag to turn up, and when it did, I compared them and the Jag promptly found a new home. Better in every way and 1/6th the price, though the Corsair was used (but mint).
And though they've been mentioned already, I love my SRC6s.
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