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Waterstone Indra Bass Guitar
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Under the watchful eye of bass guru Tom Petersson, Waterstone designed the Indra to be a lightweight, semi-hollow bass that's a blast toplay. A short...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fun to play, sweet sounding.
Under the watchful eye of bass guru Tom Petersson, Waterstone designed the Indra to be a lightweight, semi-hollow bass that's a blast to
play. A short 30" scale and a wider neck more typically seen on long scale basses combine with exceptional construction quality to create
a bass with a high level of playability. Two active humbuckers with a single volume and dual tone controls give you everything you need to dial in the sound you want.
- Semi-hollow body
- Flattop, set neck
- Slim neck profile
- 2 bass humbucker pickups
- 1 volume, 2 tone controls
- Bass-o-matic bridge
Great sounding, easy playing, and light on the shoulder. Order your Indra today.
- 1-1/2" Nut width
- 30" Scale
- 21 frets
- 13-1/2"W x 16 3/4"L x 2"D
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Short scale...YOU HAVE TO BUY SHORT SCALE STRINGS...That is a must...This bass doesn't sound short scale at all...It has every bit of fullness you would expect from a 34 scale...Unbelievably and a life saver for the guitar player forced to play bass!
I can't get over how good this bass sounds...It's also very easy to play...In fact, it's perfect for the guitar player who has to switch to bass. My only warning is that you will need to buy bass strings for a short scale bass...None other will work properly.
I got this bass in the black color and it is beautiful. It is lightning fast! It has great punch, and the semi-hollow nature of the body gives it a different sound altogether. I know many do not like short scale, but this short scale has the sounds and durability of a standard scale bass. Great value and Great Guitar.Only problem is you receive a gig bag that is absolutely horrible. Go ahead and purchase a hard shell case to protect and throw the gig bag in the trash. Seriously...it is the worst gig bag I have ever seen.