5 String Ash Spalted Maple Electric Bass Kit
5 String Ash Spalted Maple Electric Bass Kit
5 String Ash Spalted Maple Electric Bass Kit
5 String Ash Spalted Maple Electric Bass Kit
5 String Ash Spalted Maple Electric Bass Kit
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5 String Ash Spalted Maple Electric Bass Kit

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5 String bass made of a great Ash with high-contrast grain. The body has a contoured shape for comfortable playability. Spalted Maple Veneer gives it a great look. The neck features a twin stripe of Mahogany.

This kit contains everything you need to build your guitar.  Just add your finish materials to the body and neck.  These kits aren’t just a collection of random parts- each neck has been custom fitted to the body to ensure a good, snug fit.  Includes an unfinished, predrilled body, fretted neck, all electronics and hardware. Wood is raw and unfinished, may require sanding and patching or other preparation prior to applying a finish.

Sold as a complete kit. Includes basic instructions.

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The instructions specific to this model can be found in the Instruction Library

SKU: "TFWB074S"
Body: Ash
Bridge: Standard
Controls: 2 Tone|3 Volume
Fretboard Material: Rosewood
Fretboard Radius: 14 Inch
Fret Count: 24
Fret Style: Bass|Standard
Hand Orientation: Right Hand
Hardware: Black
Pickups: HH
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Joint: Bolt On
Nut Width: 1 5/8 Inch
Pickguard: None
Scale: 34
Top: N/A
Truss Rod: Yes - Preinstalled

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Mike C.
Tri-Color Bass

I'm not a musician, I'm not a craftsman or electrician, I'm just an old guy who loves music and wishes he can play a bass or guitar. The only thing I kinda know how to do is change the strings. I saw this and thought I might give it a try. Everything came with it and I like to do crafts. After looking at all the bass kits I decided on 5 string ash spalted maple. I liked the grain in the wood. When I got the kit & opened it up it was very overwhelming. So many pieces and no real instructions or parts list to go by. Looking at the other guitars I have I was able to figure it out. I had a blast treating the wood with two colors of stain using the wood grain for a template. The wood had actual lines that I used to come up with the design. I stained it, then 3 coats of poly, sanding between each one and finished with coats of guitar wax & buffed to a smooth finish. I was able to put the rest together with no problem. The scariest thing was the wiring. I've never wired or soldered anything ever in my 58 years. It was very nerve racking that I took me 2 days to do it. I even made my own template to set up the pots to make it easy to wire. I then took the complete harness and put in in place. I plugged it into my amp and the sweet sound of bass came out. I was thrilled! I had so much fun with it I'm going to get a guitar and try to go one step further with the finish.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Mike C.
Tri-Color Bass

I'm not a musician, I'm not a craftsman or electrician, I'm just an old guy who loves music and wishes he can play a bass or guitar. The only thing I kinda know how to do is change the strings. I saw this and thought I might give it a try. Everything came with it and I like to do crafts. After looking at all the bass kits I decided on 5 string ash spalted maple. I liked the grain in the wood. When I got the kit & opened it up it was very overwhelming. So many pieces and no real instructions or parts list to go by. Looking at the other guitars I have I was able to figure it out. I had a blast treating the wood with two colors of stain using the wood grain for a template. The wood had actual lines that I used to come up with the design. I stained it, then 3 coats of poly, sanding between each one and finished with coats of guitar wax & buffed to a smooth finish. I was able to put the rest together with no problem. The scariest thing was the wiring. I've never wired or soldered anything ever in my 58 years. It was very nerve racking that I took me 2 days to do it. I even made my own template to set up the pots to make it easy to wire. I then took the complete harness and put in in place. I plugged it into my amp and the sweet sound of bass came out. I was thrilled! I had so much fun with it I'm going to get a guitar and try to go one step further with the finish.