Sedona

Common features:

  • 24 (6110 Dunlop) jumbo frets.
  • 864mm. bass scale (34″).
  • 400mm fretboard radius (15,75″).
  • Thin “F resin” fretboard to give a precise attack without dead notes (info).
  • Double way working truss-rod steel bar, allows favorite neck relief adjustment.
  • Hardened multi laminated neck, made up with 0,8mm. thick wood plies, with Maple sides.
  • Asymmetrical (helicoidal) neck shape for comfortable playing .
  • Tilted back headstock, one piece with the neck.
  • Natural or see-through color available.
  • MANNE pickups (info).
  • Sycamore multichambered body
  • Shaped burl Italian Poplar top

We are using multi–chambered sycamore for the body, producing a sound quality unanimously described asfull-bodied, solid and warm. The shaped top is cut from our classic Italian poplar burl.

The body has a slightly redesigned asymmetrical shape for increased comfort.

The headstock is slightly bigger than previous models, giving a better harmonic design and balance.

The bass uses Manne mini–humbucker blade pickups for a fast, accurate dynamic response.

Having a bass that perform itself so nicely, with strong wood resonance and character, we decided to go back to go further, with the less–is–more concept, choosing a newly designed passive circuit with very unique features.

The circuit consists in two volume controls, a tone control with special features, and two three–position selectors. The two selectors allows the player to use the pickups in three different wiring configurations: series, parallel and split, with three well defined sound ranges. With the pickups in series, a hot, fat low midrange tone is achieved. Parallel gives a more balanced sound and split gives a V–shaped tone with lower basses and transparent trebles.

The two selector works independently, each controlling one of the two pickups, resulting in a very widerange of sound combinations and possibilities.

The new “TriTone” control system we have developed has a special feature.

In the center position (localized a central click dent) the tone is fully open with no effect on the sound. Turned back (counterclockwise) it will work exactly as a passive tone control. Turned forward (clockwise) it will act as a midrange filter, giving a strong apparent midrange for a growl effect.

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