Mayones Unveils the Jabba Hadrien Feraud PJ 4 Signature Bass

Mayones Jabba Hadrien Feraud PJ 4 Bass

As they prepare to show off their new models at the 2020 Winter NAMM Show, Mayones Guitars and Basses has unveiled a new signature bass with Hadrien Feraud. The Jabba Hadrien Feraud PJ 4 sports a set of passive Delano P/J pickups matched to a Mayones M-BP3 3-band EQ. Feraud says the combination allows him to get different sounds to fit his gigs.

“When I needed to own a bass that would be utterly versatile from Pop music to Straight ahead Jazz with a lot of punch, clarity, sustain, great comfort, an awesome look and last but not least, light weighted, I called Dawid and here is the result!” Feraud writes. “Extremely proud and grateful for this collaboration, Dawid and his team at Mayones guitars & basses never cease to amaze me.”

The Mayones Jabba Hadrien Feraud PJ 4 is crafted with a swamp ash body, spruce top, and a carbon-reinforced one-piece maple neck. Its pau ferro fingerboard is inlaid with acrylic blocks while luminescent Luminlay dots mark the side of the fingerboard. For hardware, Mayones opted for their Big Foot bridge and Hipshot HB6C Ultralite Tuners. The bass comes in a 2-tone Sunburst on the spruce top and natural finish on the back.

Check out this hilarious “commercial” for the bass:

The Mayones Jabba Hadrien Feraud PJ 4 will be launching in 2020 with a TBD price point.

Mayones Jabba Hadrien Feraud PJ 4 Bass Specs:

Construction:Bolt-on neck joint with a 6-screw mounted on ferrules
Body:Profiled Swamp Ash
Neck:1-piece Hard Rock Maple with Graphite Rod Reinforcements
Fingerboard:Pau Ferro
Inlays:Acrylic Block
Side Dots:Luminlay
Nut:Graph Tech TUSQ
Fingerboard Radius:20″
Pickups:Delano P-J passive pickups - PMVC 4 FE/ M2 + JMVC 4 FE
Electronics:Mayo M-BP3 active/passive bass preamp
Pickguard:3-ply White Pearl
Bridge:Mayones Big Foot
Tuners:Hipshot HB6C Ultralite Tuners
Hardware Color:Gold
Other:Schaller Security Straplocks, Switchcraft jack, Separate 9V battery compartment
Case:Mayones Hybrid Bass Gigbag

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