Music Man Caprice Bass Black

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Description

The Caprice, another welcome newcomer to the Modern Classic family of instruments is a bold new statement in passive design. A workhorse bass that is capable of blending two distinct pickup voicings offering a variety of tones suitable for any musical environment. This compact offset design provides a body shape that is comfortable and balanced along with a slim neck profile that makes this bass a pleasure to play. The top-loading bridge is made from hardened steel and complemented by a newly designed oversized headstock with the familiar 3+1 tuner arrangement. As with the Cutlass, the Caprice is a sleek modern bass with vintage features that stays true to its Music Man heritage.

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Details

Brand: Music Man
Size: 12-11/16″ Wide x 1-5/8″ Thick x 45-9/16″ Long
Weight: 8lbs., 8oz.
Body Wood: Alder
Body Finish: High Gloss Polyester
Body Color: Black
Bridge: Vintage Music Man Top Loaded Chrome Plated, Steel Bridge Plate with Vintage Nickel Plated Hollow Steel Saddles
Pickguard: Black
Scale Length: 34″
Neck Radius: 7.5″
Headstock Size: 9″ Long
Frets: 21 High Profile, Narrow Width
Neck Width: 1-1/2″ at Nut, 2-1/2″ at Last Fret
Neck Wood: Select Maple Neck
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Fret Markers: 5/16″ Black or White Dots
Neck Finish: Ultra-Light Satin Polyurethane Finish
Neck Colors: Natural Aged Yellow Finish
Tuning Machines: Schaller BM with Tapered String Posts
Truss Rod: Adjustable – No Component or String Removal
Neck Attachment: 5 Bolts – Perfect Alignment with No Shifting, Sculpted Neck Joint Allows Smooth Access to Higher Frets
Electronic Shielding: Graphite Acrylic Resin Coated Body Cavity and Aluminum Lined Pickguard
Controls: 250kohm Neck Pickup Volume, 250kohm Bridge Pickup Volume, and Tone -.1µF Tone Capacitor
Pickups: Music Man Inline Humbucking; Music Man Offset Humbucking

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