Dream Studio Guitars Releases the Majestic Bass

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Apple Valley, CA (January 25, 2015) -- Introducing the new Dream Studios Majestic Bass. The Majestic is the new jewel in the crown of the Dream Studio Bass models. It is a simple bass, but with all the quality and attention to detail one could ever ask for.

The Majestic starts out as a single piece of 44.5mm thick Alder that is carved into the Majestic’s modern but classic shape with a heavily countoured top. Bolted up to the Solid Alder body is a Hard Maple 34” scale Neck with either a Rosewood or Torray Carbon Fiber Fretboard with 22 frets , all with real Mother of Pearl Inlays for the Fret Markers as well as the Dream Studios Logo on the Headstock. Also on the color matched Headstock you will find a set of Schaller Locking Machine Heads and a single traditional style string retainer, all color matched to the Hipshot Bridge.

Where you really see the Majestic Bass show off it’s Royal Colors is in the Seymour Duncan electronics Fitted with a custom Seymour Duncan MM Flea Type pick up with a Seymour Duncan STC-2P 2 band EQ, you can get all the Funk / Rock / Alt tones out of this bass that you could ever dream for.

The Majestic Bass is available in Matte Black or Purple Pearl. MSRP of $1999 w/ Carbon fiber Fret Board or $1799 with Rosewood Fingerboard.

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