Vintage V4 Tony Butler Signature Bass Guitar ~ Black

Vintage V4 Tony Butler Signature Bass Guitar ~ Black

Regular price $559.00 USD
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Introducing the Vintage V4 Tony Butler Signature Bass Guitar in sleek black - the ultimate tribute to the iconic '54 bass used by former Big Country bassist Tony Butler. This bass guitar is a must-have for any true music enthusiast looking to channel their inner rockstar.

Crafted with an alder body for improved resonance and tone, the V4MTB features a single period correct Wilkinson Platinum Series WPB Alnico V split coil hum-bucking pickup that delivers authentic, traditional tone and outstanding low-end performance. The Wilkinson four saddle WBBCR bridge, with brass saddles, is the perfect tonal match for the WPB pickup, and with individually intonatable saddle bridge, delivers tone and accurate tuning with modern and traditional aesthetics and features.

The one-piece fretted hard rock maple neck/fingerboard with a super-comfortable profile and 12" radius playing surface provides instant comfort and great feel. With 20 medium profile frets for speed and accuracy, the V4MTB is perfect for bass players of all levels. The black dot neck inlays and classic Vintage headstock design add balance and visual appeal to this already stunning instrument.

With a 42mm Graphtech® NuBone® for smooth and friction-free tuning, the V4MTB is a breeze to play. The Wilkinson WJBL200 machine heads ensure smooth and stable tuning, while the single volume and tone controls allow for easy sound adjustments.

Tony Butler himself says, "For any bass player to own a quality instrument from the word go is inspiring. I quickly decided that the V4MTB would tour with me. To have a signature model made to my live bass spec is an honour!"

Own a piece of music history with the Vintage V4 Tony Butler Signature Bass Guitar. Order now and experience the unmatched quality and sound of a Vintage® ReIssued Series™ guitar created by Trev Wilkinson.

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