Reverend Guitars Announces Meshell Ndegeocello Signature Fellowship Bass

Meshell Ndegeocello has a new signature bass from Reverend Guitars, aptly named the Meshell Ndegecello Fellowship Bass. Based on the Reverend Thundergun, the bass features set neck construction with a raised center ridge and reverse headstock.

Reverend Guitars Meshell Ndegecello Signature Fellowship Bass

The Fellowship bass is fitted with the company’s new P-Blade pickup, which they say extends low end and clarity. Its controls include a single stacked knob that controls both volume and tone. Finally, it’s finished in a Satin black with a rosewood fingerboard.

Reverend debuted the Meshell Ndegeocello Fellowship Bass at NAMM. Pricing and availability is unavailable at this time. For more info, check out the Reverend Guitars website.

Meshell Ndegecello Signature Fellowship Bass Specs:

Body:Solid Korina with raised center section
Pickups:Reverend P-Blade
Frets:Medium jumbo
Neck profile:Medium oval
Tuners:Open gear, 1/2″ diameter shaft
Controls:Stacked Volume/tone
Colors:Satin Black

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  1. I like it, but why must they put the head stock upside down, don’t like that. Tuning keys should be on top!

    • newboldrobrob

      No way! Reversed headstocks are great. A super throwback to Hendrix! Not for every bass but it’s great here.

  2. One of the best funkiest bassist ever.

  3. Craig Cobb

    It looks weird, but if its her signature bass, it must play like a dream. She has definitely influenced me!