Kala Brand Music Offers Three String Options on U-Bass Models

February 6, 2017
 
 
RUMBLER WITH AQUILA® SILVER RUMBLERS
The Rumbler is the most affordable model in the U-Bass line. These award-winning basses are heavy on low end and light on the wallet. The Rumbler has Mahogany top, back, and sides with a UV-cured satin finish. It features a Mahogany neck with a Rosewood fingerboard, GraphTech TUSQ® nut, and Black Die Cast tuners. The Rumbler U-Bass comes equipped with Aquila® Silver Rumbler strings designed with increased density and stability for a clear, resonate low end. Available in fretted and fretless models, each comes in a padded gig bag.
 
Retail $419.00
 
 
 
BUBINGA WITH ROAD TOAD PAHOEHOES
The Bubinga is the most recent addition to the U-Bass line, featuring a beautiful mottled, flame pattern. The sturdy and stunning African Bubinga used to build these basses may produce the clearest tone of any U-Bass yet. It features a Mahogany neck with a Rosewood fingerboard, GraphTech TUSQ® nut, and Hipshot Ultralite™ tuners. The Bubinga U-Bass pictured here is strung with Road Toad Polyurethane Pahoehoe strings that give it a deep, punchy low end. Kala Round Wound strings are also available upon request. Available in a fretted model, each comes in a padded gig bag.
 
Retail $499.00
 
 

EXOTIC MAHOGANY WITH KALA ROUND WOUNDS
Look no further for enormous low end than the Exotic Mahogany U-Bass. Our best-selling U-Bass model, the Exotic Mahogany produces a warm, rich sound. It features a Mahogany neck with a Rosewood fingerboard, GraphTech TUSQ® nut, and Hipshot Ultralite™ tuners. The Exotic Mahogany pictured here features Kala Round Wound strings that add treble while retaining the immense low end. Road Toad Polyurethane Pahoehoe strings are also available upon request. Available in a fretted model, each comes in a padded gig bag.
 
Retail $499.00
 
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