OVERLOAD GUITARS & BASSES Announce Taurus 4-string Bass



Overload Guitars & Basses has just announced the brand new Taurus four string bass! Make sure to checkout overloadguitars.com for more info!  Here is the official info from the release:

Italian custom shop guitar and bass manufacturer Overload Guitars & Basses have announced a new bass model under the name Taurus. The 4-string bass sports Swamp Ash body with Flamed Bubinga top in natural matt finish, 7-ply Maple/Bubinga/Wenge neck with Resin fingerboard, and a set of Northstrand pickups: MM4 (bridge) and NJ4-70 (neck). For full specs and photos see below.

“The base model can be customised according to customer’s specifications and is available in different woods and pickups configuration, what ultimately makes it viable for any kind of music,” say from the Overload Guitars & Bases headquarters based in Rome.

Taurus comes with a flat D neck for a faster and comfortable playing and carbon reinforcement and seasoned wood make its stability on a very high level. The bass is currently available in a 4-string version, but it will also be made in 5-string and 6-string versions as well.

For more information visit the Overload Guitars & Basses website at: http://www.overloadguitars.com.


Overload Guitars & Basses Taurus 4-string specs:

Construction: bolt-on
Body wood: Swamp Ash
Body top: Flamed Bubinga
Body finish: Matte finish
Top finish: Natural matte finish
Neck wood: 7-ply Maple/Bubinga/Wenge
Neck finish: matte finish
Fingerboard: Resin
Fingerboard radius: 16”/20” compound
Scale-length: 35”
Frets: 24 jumbo
Inlay & markers: Luminlay side dot & “Demolition” Abalone custom inlay
Pickup: Northstrand MM4 (Bridge) + Northstrand NJ4-70 (Neck)
Control: 1 volume — blend — Hi-Mid-Low
Electronics: Meridian bass preamp
Knobs: metal knobs
Bridge: Hipshot ultralight
Nuts: Graphtech
Output jack: Neutrik
Hardware color: Black



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