Electra Guitars Phoenix Bass

January 22, 2014
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The new Phoenix bass retains much of the forward thinking design ideas of the original bass while updating the design and electronics to meet the needs for the modern bass player. Moving the bass side horn out to the 12th fret and adding generous belly, forearm and treble side horn contours makes this bass comfortable to play while retaining its aggressive look. The Phoenix Bass is also Electra’s first collaboration with EMG and includes two specially designed EMG HZ-P pickups feeding a B/T circuit and 5-way rotary switch providing players a slew of varying tones. The Phoenix Bass will be available in a Swamp Ash body with Natural finish and Maple fretboard, as well as an Alder body with Gloss Black finish and Ebony fretboard. The Phoenix bass will start at an estimated $999.

About Electra Guitars
Electra Guitars, based in Tampa Florida, was re-launched in 2013 by renowned luthiers, Ben Chafin and Mick Donner. Electra Guitars headquarters oversees both the sales of standard models as well as USA Electra Guitars built by Chafin and Donner. Electra offers “best in class” guitars at competitive prices. Each detail, from the overall body design to wood selection, upgraded hardware, and electronics, is meticulously evaluated and tested to ensure it meets extremely high standards for quality and tone. Electra Guitars have received rave reviews by customers and artists and was recently selected as one of MMR’s “Small Guitar Companies Making Big Moves”.
 
Learn more at electraguitar.com.

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