Modern Vintage MVP4-62 ’60s 4-String Bass – Rosewood, Piano Black

(2 customer reviews)

’60s Vintage Bass Tone
‘Slab’ Indian Rosewood Fingerboard
Roasted Maple Neck

$2,499.00

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'60s Old School P-Bass Mojo

The Modern Vintage MVP4-62 4-string bass delivers a boutique instrument experience in a vintage style. When you put this bass in your hands, it's like you're home. That classic '60s bass sound is right there under your fingers. You'll also love the how fun it is to play this bass. The slim neck feels great and it's so easy to play. This bass is very responsive for any playing style; finger, pick, slap, thumb.

'60s Vintage 4-String Bass Sound

  • Solid Alder body - the wood of '60s basses for authentic vintage sound
  • Passive custom wound fibre bobbin Alnico-V P single coil pickups - vintage tone with punch and clarity
  • Roasted Maple Neck

    Roasted Maple is Maple that has been kiln treated at high temperatures to remove moisture, sugars and other wood impurities. The result of this process is a superior, improved and stabilized neck with increased note sustain and resonance.

    Vintage Style Steel Bridge

  • Attack and decay of the original classic bridge
  • Steel plate with grooved steel screw barrel saddles
  • No need to stuff foam under the strings
  • Modern Vintage MVP4-62 Bass Specifications

    Body: Alder
    Body Finish: Piano Black, Gloss Polyurethane
    Neck: Roasted Maple, Satin Polyurethane
    Neck Profile: slim C
    Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood with clay dot inlays
    Fingerboard Radius: 9.5"
    Frets: nickel, 20
    Nut Width: 1.75"
    Headstock: Natural
    Trussrod: modern 2-way - easy access for 'on the fly' adjustments
    Pickups: two custom wound fibre bobbin Alnico-V single coil  P
    Preamp: fully passive, controls Volume, Tone
    Pickguard: 4-ply Tortoise Shell, W/B/W/T
    Tuners: Hipshot Ultralite Clover key
    Bridge: Vintage style with steel saddles. 19mm spacing.
    Case: Not included
    2 Year Warranty: Details Here

    Customer Reviews

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    1. James Challenger

      For the last year I’ve been on the hunt for a P-bass. I already have a jazz bass a classic sound but I felt I needed an alternative especially when doing studio sessions and various gigs around town. Well this bass surpasses what I was expecting. You want the P-bass sound you got it with this bass, craftsmanship you got it, aesthetic on point.
      Thanks again Dave

    2. Anonymous

      Rarely does hype meet reality. This is one of those times. I’m in shock, the nicest P bass I’ve played, and I’ve owned and played a plenty. Thanks for bringing them to Canada Dave!

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    1. James Challenger

      For the last year I’ve been on the hunt for a P-bass. I already have a jazz bass a classic sound but I felt I needed an alternative especially when doing studio sessions and various gigs around town. Well this bass surpasses what I was expecting. You want the P-bass sound you got it with this bass, craftsmanship you got it, aesthetic on point.
      Thanks again Dave

    2. Anonymous

      Rarely does hype meet reality. This is one of those times. I’m in shock, the nicest P bass I’ve played, and I’ve owned and played a plenty. Thanks for bringing them to Canada Dave!

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