Aluminati Guitar Co. Introduces Andromeda Aluminum Bass Necks

Aluminati Guitar Co. Andromeda Aluminum Bass Necks

Aluminati Guitar Co. has expanded its line of aluminum instrument parts with a new set of bass necks. The Andromeda Aluminum Bass Necks are built with a combination of aerospace-grade aluminum and carbon fiber with a “familiar weight and feel.”

“Aluminati’s bass offering brings all of the sustain and tone associated with aluminum necks in a lightweight design,” the company writes. “Coming in at 2.5 lbs including tuners the Andromeda bass neck has a familiar weight and feel. Truss rods are unnecessary in aluminum necks, so along with the use of stainless fretwire Andromeda necks require no yearly adjustments/maintenance.”

The necks can be ordered in right or left-handed orientation in 11 different anodized colors. Other options include silver or black tuning keys and a unidirectional or “ultra-high Modulus weave” fretboard.

The Aluminati Guitar Co Andromeda series bass necks are available now with a street price of $999.

Aluminati Guitar Co. Andromeda Aluminum Bass Neck Features:

34″ scale aerospace-grade 6061 T6 aluminum neck available in eleven anodized colors
Carbon fiber fretboards available in uni-directional or 10k weave pattern with pearl dot inlays and side markers
20 stainless steel frets at a 12″ radius
Sperzel tuners
Bolt on brass nut
34″ scale length, total weight including tuners 2.5lbs
Made in the USA
Lifetime warranty

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  1. Greywoulf

    Nice, I guess.?. Don’t know much about how well aluminum works for a BG neck, but I do know 1K is a lot of $$ for a neck!

    • Greywoulf

      Something else to consider here: aluminum has high electrical conductivity, while wood doesn’t conduct electricity at all…!
      I wouldn’t want to get ~zzzzapped~ by my bass!! ;>{(

  2. Jake Blues

    They are $1200 on their website. Who sells them at the “street price” of $999?

  3. Pete Nemec

    Are these necks direct bolt onto a Fender bass? Will I have to drilland tap?

  4. CLARENCE Jones

    Good to see that more options are developing for the bass guitar from all angles Classic to Modern and new-age to contemporary