More than a mere “bass version” of the Boden guitar models, the 4- and 5-strings were developed from the ground up to meet the requirements of the most discriminating and demanding bassists in the world.

Riverside, CA (April 24, 2019) -- The Boden Bass series is the culmination of dedicated research and development spanning over two decades to perfect the headless ergonomic design concept along with multi-scale necks for extended range guitars. More than a mere “bass version” of our acclaimed Boden 6, 7 and 8-string guitars, the Boden Bass series was developed from the ground up to meet the requirements of the most discriminating and demanding professional bass players in the world. The Boden Bass series is available in either 4 or 5 string Original and Prog models.

Boden Original
The Boden Bass Original model features the classic time-tested wood combination of lightweight chambered Swamp Ash body with solid Flame Maple top and Roasted Maple neck and fretboard. Strong in the high-mids with sweet highs and a punchy and tight low-end, the Original 4 and 5 basses provide the articulation and expressiveness that players of Classic J-style basses are accustomed to.

Pricing: $3095.00 (4-String) & $3195.00 (5-String)

Boden Prog
The Boden Bass Prog model was developed for bass players who seek a more modern and aggressive sound that can be fine-tuned with the utmost precision. Featuring a lightweight chambered Swamp Ash body with solid Flame Maple top and Roasted Maple neck with Ebony fretboard, the natural acoustic sound is balanced with plenty of girth but with a bright cutting edge when needed with the bass’s onboard preamp equalization well as the controls on the amplifier. The Ebony fretboard is slick and fast to play, while also providing a lot of highs that help you cut through the mix.

Pricing: $2995.00 (4-String) & $3095.00 (5-String)

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