Marcus Spangler and his team have built – together with russian bass-player Leonid Maksimov – a stunning fretless-bass full of Leonids ideas. Watching this video you have the opportunity to follow the process from selecting the woods to handing over the finished instrument.
Regarding this impressive Streamer Stage I Fretless-Bass many special features and specs need to be mentioned: Maple/Ekanga Neck with Ebony Fingerboard and iluminated Dot Inlays and Fretlines, Swamp Ash Body with spectacular Blue Flip-Flop Chrome Finish (Matching Headstock), active mirrored P/J Pickup Setup by EMG, upside-down installed P-Style Pickup, D-Tuner for quick drop tunings, special onboard electronics etc. Also interesting: Leonid can be seen using his Fret Wrap for string-muting and a cleaner sound. Of course – the music in the video is played by Leonid on this very fretless-bass!
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