Bass Gear

Reverend Basses (LEFT) – Left to right: the Mercali 5-FM 5-string, Decision, Justice, Thunder Gun, and short-scale Dub King have solid korina bodies and new Reverend pickups.
Noguera Yves Carbonne Signature 8-String Fretless (RIGHT) – This 34"-scale, left-handed wonder features a chambered mahogany body, spruce top, ebony fingerboard, ebony bridge with brass saddles, thumb rest, and Volume, Bass, Mid, and Treble knobs.

Henman Rolla Prototype – The Rick Turner-built Rolla has ’60s Hagstrom-style humbuckers, a Hipshot bridge, a 5-piece African sapele neck, 24-fret Makassar ebony fretboard, a chambered African mahogany body, and a figured-maple top.

Ken Bebensee Fretless Semi-Hollow 4-String (LEFT) – This earthy, elegant beauty features a walnut top and back, a fl amed-maple body core, a lined fretless fingerboard, Bartolini humbuckers, a piezo-equipped bridge, and Hipshot tuners.
Fender Custom Shop 1960 Jazz and P-Bass Pro (RIGHT) – These basses both feature an alder body with a maple neck and a 1960 U-shaped carve. The Jazz has a 7.25"-radius rosewood fretboard with vintage-size frets, vintage-voiced J pickups, and stacked controls. The PBass Pro has a 10"-radius rosewood fretboard with medium-jumbo frets, a P pickup under the chrome cover, a J pickup in the 1970s P-bass position, and a Badass bridge.

Aquilina Shelby 5-String (LEFT)
– This 34.5"-scale tribute to the Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang has a sycamore neck, alder body, Indian rosewood fretboard, Delano single-coils, and E-PRO BTB-01 electronics.
Danelectro Mid ’60s (MIDDLE) – Dano’s latest has dramatically curved horns, lipstick-tube pickups, dual-concentric Volume/ Tone knobs, and a 3-position pickup selector.
Brubaker MJX-4 Brute (RIGHT) – Luthier Kevin Brubaker’s new import line features his famous “bolt-on neck-thru” design, a humbucker and a single-coil, and Blend, Volume, Bass, and Treble knobs.