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New York Bass Works Unveil Their Reference Series Basses

David Segal has made the J platform more user friendly and more balanced, with careful consideration regarding ergonomics and construction in the Reference Series bass guitar.
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The Reference Series Basses are instruments infused with the DNA of nearly 20 years of custom bass projects, complex renovations, and pain-staking repairs of nearly every brand of instrument. The empirical knowledge and raging curiosity that this professional bassist/luthier brings, is core to the understanding of how the instrument feels, responds under his fingers, through his body, amplification, and most importantly, his ears.

Not one to concentrate solely on the sound of the instrument, David Segal has made the J platform more user -friendly and more balanced, with careful consideration regarding ergonomics and construction in the Reference Series bass guitar. After all, what good is an instrument if it causes fatigue? An instrument is a natural conduit for talent, and never an encumbrance to it. An instrument should clear the way for musical statements, and not cause the player concern about how it hangs on a strap when standing, or whether or not it balances properly when sitting. All of the aesthetics that affect playability are well addressed in our basses.

RS 5 $3,950. Alder or Mid-Weight Ash, 34.5: Scale length 22 / 24 fret

(As shown w/block inlays $4300)

Various options available within the scope of our tonal blueprint.

www.NewYorkBassWorks.com

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