Xotic Introduces XP-1T 5-String Bass

Taking a cue from classic design, Xotic will be introducing the XP-1T 5-string bass at NAMM. The P-bass styled instrument debuts the newly designed PV-1 pickup, but also borrows from their XJ-1T by utilizing the Tri-Logic Bass Preamp. The preamp includes a 3-band EQ with toggle switches to adjust the mid and treble-frequencies as well as a pre-set gain control for boosting up to three times.

Xotic XP-1T Electrum Metallic

Though the XP-1T’s medium-weight alder body is based on an original P-bass design, Xotic modified it by rounding the heel of the neck joint and the cutaway for easier playing in higher positions. The maple neck sports a “C” shape and a rosewood fingerboard with a 10″ radius.

Xotic XP-1T 3-Color Sunburst

Hardware includes Hipshot Ultralite tuners and a Hipshot A style bridge.

The Xotic XP-1T will be available in two finishes: 3-tone Burst and Electrum Metallic. It will become available after the NAMM show, and will carry a price tag of $3,300. For more info, visit the Xotic website.

Xotic XP-1T 5-String Bass Specs:

  • Scale: 34″
  • Body: Alder
  • Color: 3Tone Burst and Electrum Metallic
  • Neck: Maple
  • Neck Finish: Oil
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: 21
  • Fret Material: Jescar Silver Nickel
  • Nut: Bone
  • Nut Width: 47mm (1.850inch)
  • String Spacing at Bridge: 19mm
  • Pickup: PV-1 w/Wood Cover
  • Tuner: Hipshot Ultralite
  • Bridge: Hipshot A Style
  • Electronics: Tri-Logic 2 Bass Preamp
  • Controls: Volume (Push/Pull for Active/Passive), Tone, 3-Band EQ, Mid/Bright Switches, Output Gain Control
  • Weight: Approx. 4.5 kg to 4.6 kg (9.92 pounds to 10.14 pounds)

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  1. Angel Ernesto Rivero

    Wooowwwwwww Que gran bajo!!!!!!!

  2. Ben Lewis

    fail to see anything Xotic about a fender knock off. fail.

  3. Norman Hacker

    Coo, l I want on to run flatwounds on , that would be very cool!

  4. Ben Lewis….seeing nothing “Xotic” about a Fender knock off is one thing, but play it, play it and you will then see. There is something very “Xotic” about this bass.