Duesenberg Introduces D-Bass Fretless Bass
German instrument builder Duesenberg has introduced a fretless version to their D-Bass line of basses. Available in Black and Coral finishes, the D-Bass Fretless carries the same specifications as its predecessors, with the exception of its fretless ebony fingerboard.
The D-bass sports an alder body with a hard rock maple neck. Combining vintage-vibe with modern chic, the pickup is Duesenberg’s split-coil Bass Toaster humbucker that can be switched between parallel and serial modes with a push/pull switch. It also has a mid-shape control, which the company says allows for a “seamless fade from J- to P- bass character.”
The nickel plated hardware includes Duesenberg’s 3-way adjustable bridge, trapeze tailpiece, and deluxe tuners.
The Duesenberg D-Bass Fretless is available now with a U.S. list price of $3,169.
Duesenberg D-Bass Fretless Specs:
|Nickel plated Hardware|
|Duesenberg 3-Way Adjustable Bridge|
|Duesenberg Deluxe Tuning Machines|
|Duesenberg Strings 050-070-085-110|
|Duesenberg Bass Toaster Humbucker|
|German Silver open Pickupcovers|
|Heavy Duty Pots / made in Japan|
|Heavy Duty Platinum Output Jacks|
|Contoured Solid American Alder Body|
|American Hardrock Maple Neck|
|Ebony Fretless Fingerboard|
|Scale: 864 mm / 34?|
|12? Fingerboard Radius|
|Dual Action Trussrod|
|Nut Width: 42mm / 1.654?|
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