Bass of the Week: Mensinger Cazpar

Mensinger Cazpar Poplar Custom Fretboard

Featuring a 30-inch scale, Mensinger describes their Cazpar bass as designed with players with smaller hands in mind. It also works nicely in both piccolo and standard tuning for versatility.

Available in 4-, 5-, and 6-string versions, the Cazpar is built with a body consisting of an alder or mahogany core sandwiched between two pieces of maple as well as a maple neck.

The bass comes in Redburst and Natural Finishes as well as custom versions that upgrade the top and include wooden pickup covers. The bass is fitted with a pair of Bassculture pickups that are paired with a either passive or active electronics.

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Mensinger Cazpar Bass Specs:

  • Construction: Bolt-On
  • Neck Wood: Maple
  • Frets: 22 + Zero Fret
  • Strings: 4, 5 and 6
  • Scale: 30″ / 762Mm
  • Fingerboard Wood: Maple
  • Inlays: Side Dots & Mother of Pearl Markers
  • Body Wood: Alder or Mahogany With Maple Top and Back
  • Top Wood: Poplar (Custom only)
  • Finish: High Gloss
  • Colour: Redburst, Natural
  • Electronics: Active or Passive
  • Pickups: Bassculture

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  1. Beautiful. Now, if I only had the cash I’d buy a few!

  2. Those headstocks look like they could be problematic