Xotic Releases Chuck Rainey Signature Bass

Legendary bassist Chuck Rainey collaborated with Xotic for the XPJ-1T, which is based on the XP-1T.

Van Nuys, CA (December 27, 2013) -- World-renowned bassist Chuck Rainey solidify long standing relationship with new signature model XPJ-1T by Xotic.

The Xotic XPJ-1T is the result of collaboration between Mr. Rainey and Xotic to create an instrument worthy of any type of gig or musical style. We’ve combined the standard feature sets of our Xotic XP-1T, with the additional of a Xotic jazz pickup. Combining elements of our XP with tones from the XJ, creates one unique signature bass. Other features include:

  • Hipshot Ultralite with X-Tender Key
  • Hipshot A Style Bass Bridge in Brass
  • Stacked Volume Pot
  • Trilogic Bass Preamp 2
  • Gold Hardware
  • Ash Body with Maple 21 Fret Neck
  • Yellow Blond color
  • 6150 Fret Size
  • Original Xotic Pickups
  • Active/Passive Electronics with Mid-Boost and Bright Switch
  • Custom Xotic GigBag

Musicians from all over the world play Xotic Basses. Our dedication to craftsmanship and tone are two distinct reasons why musicians choose Xotic. Chuck Rainey’s 40 years of experience is why he chose Xotic. Hear Chuck and the new Xotic XPJ-1T on his latest release Interpretations of a Grove.

The Xotic XPJ-1T Chuck Rainey Signature 4-String Bass retails for $4,000; availability early 2014.

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