This week we’re taking a look at a bass called El Cabure by Argentinian luthier Fede Caceres. The curvaceous four-stringer features some interesting wood choices, especially with its flamed eucalyptus top.
Its body is made of cancharana, which is a wood native to South America, while the neck is a laminate of cancharana and flamed maple. The ebony fingerboard is inlaid with mother of pearl fret markers and an Argentinian 50 cent coin at the 12th fret. Other features include Gotoh tuners, a Sambong bridge, and a set of P-style and soapbar Mazzarino pickups.
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Fede Caceres Luthier El Cabure Bass Specs:
|Neck:||Cancharana and Flamed Maple|
|Inlays:||Mother of Pearl, 50-cent Coin|
|Pickups:||Mazzarino Soapbar and Split-Coil|