Stash Stainless Steel Bass Guitar

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Ditching the typical wooden construction used for bass guitars, the design team at Stash have decided to get a bit more adventurous with their latest offering releasing the world’s first ever 100% stainless steel bass guitar.

There are a few noteworthy benefits from going stainless. There’s the obvious benefit of a more durable instrument, but the more beneficial aspect of a stainless steel bass is the fact that this thing won’t be impacted by temperature changes the same way a wooden bass would be. With the pitch not being affected as much that means you can spend less time tuning, and more time playing, and that’s a recipe we like. It’s also worth noting that thing is more than just a beautiful design. The tubular neck design is a much more comfortable position for musicians strumming the strings of the bass, and takes a lot of the pressure off your wrists and fingers. There is a drawback to this metal masterpiece though, and that’s the fact that it will set you back a cool $3,000. [Purchase]

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