The Fender Bass VI, if you're not familiar with it - is a six-string guitar tuned down an octave and built with a 30" scale length tuned E to E. It's been a long standing studio go-to since its introduction in the 1960s as a way to fill out recordings without bogging down the low end with extra bass. This awesome looking reissue is a '63 that was on display at the NAMM 2020 show in Anaheim, brought back to the Music Zoo for sale! Features are pretty much straight vintage spec with the exception of a 9.5" fretboard radius!
Includes: Hardshell Case, Certificate of Authenticity, Trem Arm and Paperwork
- Solidbody Electric Bass
- Journeyman Relic Dakota Red Finish
- Select Alder Body
- Round Lam Rosewood Fretboard
- Tinted Maple Neck with ’60 Style Oval “C” Shape
- 30" Scale Length, 9.5” Fretboard Radius
- Vintage-Style Jaguar Pickups
- Vintage-Style Wiring with On/Off Switches and Bass Cut
- Bone Nut
- Vintage Nickel Tuning Machines
- Bone Nut
- Nickel Hardware
- 8 lbs, 12 oz.
- .790" Neck Profile at 1st Fret
- .960" Neck Profile at 12th Fret
Since 1994 The Music Zoo has been a trusted source for musicians around the world. We've located guitars for Slash, sold guitars for Steve Miller, held performances by major artists like Steve Vai, built thousands of customer relationships, and helped countless enthusiasts find just the right instrument. Today we look forward to finding your next guitar!