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Michael Kelly Club Custom 4-String Acoustic-Electric Bass
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Featuring a solid cedar top--an especially good wood for bass--the Club Custom has a full, strong tone, enhanced by the stunning laminate burled ash ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Featuring a solid cedar top--an especially good wood for bass--the Club Custom has a full, strong tone, enhanced by the stunning laminate burled ash back and sides. It has a 34" scale length for perfect string tension and a Fishman MKAB acoustic bass-optimized amplification system. It was developed exclusively for Michael Kelly by Fishman and is one of the first preamps made expressly for acoustic bass rather than guitar.
Burled ash laminate back and sides
Solid cedar top
Dual adjustable graphite truss rods
Club fretboard inlay of abalone and pearl
Abalone mini dot markers
Rosewood Michael Kelly bridge
Acoustic under-saddle pickup
Fishman MKAB preamp
Wood with 3-ply plastic binding
Solid abalone soundhole inlay
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Not a huge body so it is very playable though maybe not as loud, as say the Dean, unplugged. Simple good looks and not overly ornate. Build seems very solid.MK is definately carving out a niche for itself somewhere between "cheapies" and the expensive stuff. If this is your price range try one out and you will probably become a fan.
I get too much buzz when I use my fingers to 'walk' the bass. I wish I could adjust the bridge higher. I tried the Ibanez ($349) and all I heard was strings, when I tried the Club, I heard WOOD! Very nice sound. Watch for sales. I got a great deal on a clearance price, demo model.I just love playing in my music room acoustically.
Got my Club this week and I am happy with it, the workmanship is good and so is the most important part the NECK is straight! And the second best thing is the Sound, I'd played Srting Bass in school from 7th to 12th and it's as close to the Big Boy as you can get. Some people might say that it's a low end Bass cause it doesn't cost a arm and a leg, but the proof is in the way it playes and sounds. Try one and make Your own choice? Good Hunting