The Solid Spruce Top Acoustic-Electric U•Bass features a Spruce top with Mahogany back and side. The black binding amplifies the contrast between the lighter Spruce and darker Mahogany. With the same thunderous low end the U•Bass is known for, the Spruce Top will appeal to any player. Available in Fretted & Fretless.
Top: Solid Spruce
Back & Sides: Mahogany
Fret Lines: Maple (Fretless Model Only)
Nut: GraphTech TUSQ®
Tuners: Custom Black Die Cast
Headstock: Standard UBASS
Strings: Road Toad Pahoehoe
Electronics: Shadow® U-Bass NFX
Short Scale: 20.375 in
Overall Length: 29.375 in
Includes: Deluxe Padded Bag
Scale Length: 20.375 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 29.375 inches, Body Length: 14 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: 2.213 inches
CITES Wood Disclaimer:
Because of the CITES prohibition on all species of Rosewood (Dalbergia),
Kala will no longer be using Rosewood on our imported and USA-made instruments as of July 2017.
We will still be shipping the remaining stock of Kala instruments with Rosewood to dealers until they are cleared out of our warehouses.
You may see Kala instruments with Rosewood in stores for some time after our remaining stock has been sold.
As early as February 2017 we began importing instruments with Walnut fingerboards and bridges. Along with Walnut,
we will also be using Pau Ferro (Morado) and other non-CITES regulated woods to replace any components formerly using Rosewood.
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Sharon W.Reviewed by Sharon W.
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
lefty fretless ubass
I really love that I can have a lefty fretless bass, made for a lefty, sold as a lefty. Probably my only complaint is that there is feedback, even with the feedback reducer. My guess is that I would have to spend more to get something that makes that possible, but it doesn't reduce the fact that I love the Ubass.