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Striped Ebony Fretless Acoustic-Electric U•BASS®

UBASS-EBY-FL

$499.99 MSRP $439.99

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New for 2018 is the Striped Ebony U•BASS®. The beautiful Striped Ebony U•BASS® has a deep brown color with reddish-brown striping. The Maple binding creates a striking contrast with the Ebony body, helping the striping stand out.

Bag and Case Information

Fits ALL Kala BARITONE Ukulele Bags, UB-B, & Sonoma Coast BARITONE Cases
Fits U•BASS specific bags and cases: UB-UBASS, DUB-UBASS, HC-UB, & HCT-UB

Specs
Top: Striped Ebony
Back & Sides: Striped Ebony
Binding: Maple
Neck: Mahogany
Finish: Satin
Fingerboard: Laurel
Headstock: Standard
Bridge: Laurel
Nut: Graph Tech TUSQ®
Saddle: Composite
Tuners: Custom Hipshot Ultralite™
Strings: Road Toad Pahoehoe
Electronics: Fishman U•BASS® EQ
Includes: Deluxe Padded Bag
Strap Button: Black x1
Measurements

Scale Length: 20.375 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 29.375 inches, Body Length: 14.031 inches, Number of Frets: 16, Width at Upper Bout: 7.75 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 10.25 inches, Width at Waist: 6.625 inches, Body Depth: 3.25 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.75 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 2.125 inches

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Reviewed by Greg N Lisa C.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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I can NOT put this thing down!!!

I can NOT put this thing down!!! This BASS is unstoppable! It gives me so much inspiration! And I simply can't put it down!

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Reviewed by Kenton S.
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Excellent piece of equipment

This is my second ubass. The first one is a fretted version. I was initially afraid of the un-fretted model because I didn't think I could find the positions accurately enough without the help of frets. But, coming from a background of playing double bass, I found the frets annoying. So, I decided to try the un-fretted model. And, though I'm still on the learning curve, I find that this model is much more satisfactory to me.

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