A new instrument has come to life these days, this time the model is of the Vinta 4 strings series that best suits my friend and extraordinary bassist Davide Afzal. With him we have reasoned on a bass that had that basic funky 1970s sound that really liked David. The choice of the alder is dictated by the desire of a bigger sound than the ash while the ebony fretboard gives the sharpest emphasis and compression on the basses greatly improving the attack and the brilliance. The look was very simple, leaving the veins of the selected seam in a beautiful view, that is why we used a transparent pickguard. Pickups are Aguilar 4J ’70s that best fit these sounds and electronics are passive with volume-volume-tone controls. A lightweight, simple tool but with a great character! In short Davide will post the demo videos I will propose on the page just ready! Soon, guys!

Specifications:
– construction: bolt-on, scale 34″
– neck: hardrock maple plus graphite reinforcement bars
– fretboard: gabon ebony
– frets: 22, medium jumbo
– front dots: mother of pearl
– body: alder
– pickups: Aguilar 4J ’70 (in ’70 position)
– electronics: passive, volume-volume-tone
– pickguard: transparent
– tuners: Hipshot ultralight with detuner on the E string
– bridge: Hipshot, interconnect 19mm
– end pin: Dunlop dual design
– hardware color: satin black
– finish: clear, natural satin

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