Ken Smith Bass Guitars, Hadrien Feraud, 5 string, Flame Walnut top, Swamp ash body, 3 band eq, fretted basses, Sleek ELITE: For sale UK, EU, Bass Direct :: Warwick



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Ken Smith Hadrien Feraud Signature "Burner" 5 string - SOLD

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  2. Export price outside EU £2250. Shipping: USA £85, Australia £125, Mainland EU £30

  3. Hand made in Japan using woods and components from Smith in the USA, this Hardien Feraud signature bass features; 3 piece maple neck, swamp ash body wings, flamed walnut top, ebony fingerboard, 3 band eq and hard case. Weight: 8lb 7oz/3.7kg

  4. Actual bass show - please click on images to enlarge;

Neck: Bolt-on 3-Piece Laminated Aged Hardrock Maple with Graphite Inlaid Bars,

String spacing: 17.5mm string spacing at bridge, 34" scale, Rosewood finger ramps
Fingerboard: Bird’s eye maple with Mother Of Pearl Side Dots and facing dots
Body: 2 piece Swamp ash

Tops: Flamed Walnut with matching headstock
Finish: High Gloss

Weight: 3.7kg, 8 7oz

Headstock: Smith design, Matching with body top wood (£100 option)
Hardware: Black Smith Hardware with Smith QSR Bridge and Dunlop "Flush Mount" Straploks
Electronics: Smith 3-Band 18-Volt EQ Circuit Bass, Mid & Treble with Pickup Blend, Master Volume Control with active/passive push/pull & Smith Custom Bass Single coil Pickups,

These basses are being built under license from Ken Smith bass guitars by one of Japans top custom shop builders, Sleek Elite, who have been working with Hadrien since 2008 on this bass. It has some unique features like the new "Smith: style headstock, the new preamp with a 4 position mid select and the optional rosewood finger ramp to add Hadriens finger technique. This bass is perfect for those players looking for a warm voiced bass for technical playing styles in a beautifully designed and hand built package.


Unit 12, Rigby Close

Heathcote Ind Est

Warwick, CV34 6TH

Tel: 01926 886433

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