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Dream Studios Unveils the Majestic Bass

Dream Studios announced their Majestic Bass at NAMM – one they describe as simple, but with quality. The bass is built with a one-piece alder body that is heavily contoured for comfort and playability.

Dream Studios Majestic Bass

The instrument’s hard maple neck can be topped with either a rosewood or Torray Carbon Fiber fretboard. Each option holds 22 frets and mother of pearl fret marker inlays. The Dream Studios logo is also inlaid in mother of pearl in the headstock. Dream fits the Majestic with a Seymour Duncan MM pickup and a STC-2P 2-band preamp. The company says the combination excels at funk, rock, and alternative tones.

The Dream Studios Majestic Bass comes in Matte Black or Purple Pearl. It will be available soon with MSRP’s or $1,799 for the rosewood fingerboard version and $1,999 for the carbon fiber fingerboard.

Dream Studios Majestic Bass Specs:

Neck:Hard Rock Maple
Fingerboard:Rosewood or Carbon Fiber
Pickup:Seymour Duncan MM
Electronics:Seymour Duncan STC-2P

For more information:
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looks like a 100$ bass



Pick up is back too far. Clearly the designer doesn’t play bass

    Jonathan Aspegren Bormann

    I’ve hear basses with that pickup spacing that sounded really good (Fernandes Tremor, cheap, but really well sounding), so I don’t think that’s a problem, the problem is that it looks like the lowest end ESP LTD bass on the market… I initially thought it was an entry-level starter kit bass or something…

Chris Mannering

I think you’re all out of your minds. This bass is a beauty!

Bubs Barney

pickup and preamp retail for under $200 tuners and bridge much the same. common wood used not even necessarily high grade timber as its hidden under a plain paint job price is way too high for a simple bass