Short scale basses are not just for people with "small hands" or for guitarists who want to double on bass, though both of those advantages are true. Many professional bassists play short scale because these basses sound great and are awesome to play. Quality short scale basses with the right pickups are just as viable for gigging as any long scale bass. This beautiful Nash MB-63 is exactly that: a high quality bass guitar with a killer Lollar Mustang-Style pickup. Bill Nash used the 1963 Mustang bass as his reference point, including the cool competition stripe on the lower bout, and his creation is everything you could want in a short scale bass. And it weighs a mere 7 1/4 pounds, too!
Set up in-house by our esteemed Guitar Tech, this bass is totally dialed in and ready to hold down the low end on stage at a gig tonight. Comes with its original Nash hard shell case. Swoop in and snag this little gem and you'll be glad you did.
Aged Nickel Tuners
1 5/8" Tusq Nut
Maple Neck with 30" Scale Length
Neck Depth .89" at First Fret and 1.00" at Twelfth Fret
19 Jumbo Frets in Excellent Condition
Maple Fingerboard with Black Dot Markers and 9.5" Radius
Lollar Split-Coil Mustang-Style Pickup
Gotoh Mustang-Style Bass Bridge
Alder Body with Relic Green Finish and Competition Stripe
Weight 7 lb 4 oz
Original Hard Shell Case
Serial Number BRG-27