Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat Bass GuitarStock code: 63303
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- 2-NYT bass mini humbuckers
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays
- 5-Ply maple top
- 3-Point adjustable tailpiece
Allman Brothers and Government Mule bass legend Allen Woody, who passed away in August 2000, was an avid collector of vintage Epiphone basses, and this signature model combines the features that Woody found best for playing in his aggressive, rumbling style.
It has a semi-hollow, single-cutaway, archtop body similar to that of Epiphone's Kat series but without f-holes. The neck is a mahogany 30" short scale for easier play, and features a sleek rosewood fingerboard for precision and finesse. Mini-humbucking pickups in the neck and middle position deliver a warm tone, with impressive versatility fit for any musical genre. Pickups are adjusted with the help of the bridge and neck pickup volume knobs, and a master tone knob.
|Model||Allen Woody Rumblekat Bass Guitar|
|Number of Strings||4|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Pickups (Neck/Middle)||NYT Bass Mini-Humbuckers/NYT Bass Mini-Humbuckers|
|Controls||Master Volume Master Tone|
Bass tones from a artist bass
Posted on 04/11/2011 by nickhardshore
This is a fantastic-sounding bass from the artist Allen Woody. It will produce some soft woody bass tones and a nice low end complements the static pick bass that you will no doubt want to do. The bass will play that much loved E-string ostinato and also includes dual volume controls and a single tone control. You can adjust pickup balance between the two mini humbuckers and the tone control doesn’t really get used.