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Modulus Guitars Quantum Q5 5-String Myrtle Top Electric Bass Guitar
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The 5-string Myrtle Top Quantum Q5 is an electric bass beauty that features a lightweight, ultra-rigid, D-shaped shell made from dozens of layers of ...Read More
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Awesome looks are matched by powerful performance and sweet playability.
The 5-string Myrtle Top Quantum Q5 is an electric bass beauty that features a lightweight, ultra-rigid, D-shaped shell made from dozens of layers of hand-formed, aerospace-grade, epoxy-impregnated carbon fibers. With its massive sustain, earthshaking low end, and versatile tone controls, the original Quantum bass neck designed by Modulus has become a popular choice for many of today's top touring professionals. With an amazing strength-to-weight ratio and a resonant peak far above the range of the notes on a bass, it is an ideal neck for producing crystal clear, even tones. Because the carbon fiber telegraphs attack more quickly than conventional wood necks, Quantum basses maintain a crisp, warm sound with dynamic sensitivity. The beautifully figured myrtle top gives this model the stunning looks to match its awesome sound and playability.
- Two EMG DC pickups
- Active volume, balance, bass, and treble
- Alder body with myrtle wood top
- Hipshot Bridge
- Bart Soapbar Bridge Pickup
- Graphite Neckwood
- Phenolic Fretboard
- Black hardware
Quantum Q5 5-String Myrtle Top Electric Bass Guitar
- 1.85" width at nut
- 2.75" width at 24th fret
- 24 frets
- Scale Length: 35.0"
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Comments about Modulus Guitars Quantum Q5 5-String Myrtle Top Electric Bass Guitar:
I got the last lacewood top Q5 a year ago. Now it is nice to never see another bass I'd rather have. I could gush endlessly about it. One thing - it has copper lining inside the back plate. I've modified all my other guitars with this (I use the copper tape for keeping snails out of plants). It really improves the sound. It sounds like witchcraft but it works. Don't know why.