Bass of the Week: Peter Hook’s Eccleshall Guitars “Hot Too”
Peter Hook has recently put up a load of his gear and memorabilia from his New Order days up for auction. This week we’re checking out a custom bass built for him by Chris Eccleshall. The semi-acoustic four-stringer, which he dubbed “Hot Too,” is crafted with a 335-style body and served as the backup to his main Eccleshall.
“The spare ‘main’ guitar. I was hitting the buggers so hard I was always breaking strings so needed a spare,” Hook writes. “Another Chris Eccleshall beauty. Sadly Chris died recently, rest in peace mate, you will always be with me. I have one of his best efforts (Viking One) to be buried with. So… straight through neck, Yamaha BB1200S electrics and the Bigsby Bridge and Whammy Bar! Bet you’ve never seen a bass with one of those on before!”
The bass is currently open to bids with the auction ending October 8th. For more info, check out the Omega Auctions website.
Chris Eccleshall Custom 335-Style Bass “Hot Too” Specs:
|Electronics:||Yamaha 1200s Style|