Bass of the Week: Duesenberg Guitars Fullerton Bass

This week we’re checking out a sultry hollowbody called the Duesenberg Fullerton Bass. Built after they introduced the Eagles Signature Bass, the company calls the bass a “dynamic brother to the Fullerton Series.”

Duesenberg Fullerton Bass

Its body features a laminated spruce top with flamed maple top and sides with cream binding to add a touch of elegance to its smoky finish. The Indian Rosewood fingerboard holds 22 frets and is inlaid with pearloid dots.

Duesenberg fits the short-scale bass with a pair of their Bass-Buckers with a 3-way pickup selector. Other features include the company’s Z-Tuners, bass bridge, their trapeze tailpiece, and Kluson multi-lock strap pins.

For more information, check out the Duesenberg Fullerton Bass website.

Duesenberg Guitars Fullerton Bass Specs:

Body:Laminated Spruce Top, Flamed Maple Back and Sides
Finish:PUR Lacquer
Neck:1-piece Maple
Neck Profile:D-Shape
Fingerboard:Indian Rosewood
Fingerboard Radius:12″
Pickups:Duesenberg Bass-Buckers
Controls:1 Volume, 1 Tone, 3-Way Pickup Selector
Frets:22 Jumbo
Tuners:Duesenberg Z-Tuners, “Art Diego” buttons
Bridge:Duesenberg bass bridge
Tailpiece:Duesenberg trapeze tailpiece
Strap Pins:Kluson Multi-Lock
Case:Custom Line Case

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