Limited Edition of 10 Units
Included extras: Personally Autographed Photo of Keith, Certificate of Authenticity, more to come…
Base Price USD $4250
Body Wood: Lightweight Swamp Ash or medium weight Alder
Neck Wood: Quartersawn, straight grain Maple with 2 graphite reinforcement bars
Fingerboard: Rosewood or Maple
Body Finish: Teal Green Metallic, Nitro-cellulose (recommended), Polyurethane (add $100)
Neck Finish: Oil (to recreate the feel of a vintage bass with the finish worn through – recommended), Nitrocellulose (add $100)
Headstock: Matching body color (add $200)
Fingerboard Nut Width: 1.50″ or 1.75″
Scale Length: 34”
Truss adjustment: Allen key at body
Fret Size: Medium / Vintage-Style (recommended) or Jumbo
Tuners: Hipshot Reverse Gear Open Back w/ Taper Shafts
Bridge: Hipshot Custom designed dual access (string through body or string through bridge), .750” spacing
Hardware: Chrome, Gold available by request
Strap Buttons: Dunlop dual design
Pickups: Novak Gold Foils
Electronics: Passive Volume / Tone (CTS Potentiometers) 5 way selector, Switchcraft top mounted jack
Strings: D.Lakin by Dunlop Roundwound (040-.100) or (.045-.105), Pyramid Gold Flatwound (040-.100) or (.045-.105)
Case: G&G Traditional Fender Style Hardshell Cream with Orange Interior or Mono Vertigo Gig Bag
Warranty: Lifetime to the original owner
I was introduced to Keith through Demeter’s Bob Williams in 1997. Keith was playing with Ireland’s pop sensations The Corrs. We became fast friends. Although we grew up thousands of miles apart our bond through music and bass was strong.
He visited the States quite often. The Corrs did have a huge hit in the States, “Breathless”. It was so big it was played in an episode of the Sopranos!
In 1998 The Corrs opened for the Stones in Washington DC. Keith invited me and I flew out to see them and the Stones. What a great time. I heard the Stones do, “All down the line” at the their soundcheck !
Keith is one of my best friends and I am excited to be working with him again.