ODD Guitars Creates Unique Basses From 3D Printers

ODD Guitars Creates Basses From 3D Printers
By BP Staff ,

The future is here and it is in the form of 3D-printed bass guitars. ODD Guitars have introduced their line of Hive 3D Printed Basses that sport a unique look and a solid sound.

The Hive 3D printed bass guitar: A bass guitar with a hexagon motif and bees on the inside. The bodies are printed, using Selective Laser Sintering, by 3D Systems, on an sPro 230 SLS system. The material being used for these guitars is Duraform PA which is a very strong form of Nylon. The resolution for the prints was 0.1mm (which means that each layer that makes up the guitar body is 0.1mm thick). The guitars feature a wooden inner core (choices of Mahogany or Maple, etc.) that links the neck to the bridge, which allows us to customize the sustain and tone of the instrument to suit the musician, and a number of options for hardware, etc.

There are actually 3D printed bees on the inside of the hive body. 

Neck: Warmoth Pro Angled maple neck with rosewood fret board, 22 frets, 34" scale, Corian nut, 6150 sized frets, inlay dots

Nut: White Corian

Body: 3D printed Duraform PA outer body, with CNC machined mahogany inner core, Dyed and painted orange with chrome trim.

Schaller 463, 4 String Roller Bridge, Chrome

Pickups: EMG Hz 35 passive pickups. Active pickups available as option.

Tuning heads: Gotoh GB7 Bass Tuners, Chrome

Controls: Pickup select switch, 1 x Volume knob, 1 x Tone knob

Other: Schaller Strap Locks, D'Addario strings, hard case for safe shipping 

 Price: US $3500, incl hard case, excl shipping.

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