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SPEC

  • SPECS

    • neck type
    • GWB3pc Maple neck
    • top/back/body
    • American Basswood body
    • fretboard
    • Ebony fretboardOff-set white dot inlay
    • fret
    • Fretless
    • bridge
    • Std. bridge
    • string space
    • 16.5mm
    • bridge pickup
    • SFR-GWB bridge pickupPassive
    • equaliser
    • EQB-GWII 2-band EQ
    • factory tuning
    • 1G,2D,3A,4E,5B
    • strings
    • D'Addario® EXP165-5
    • string gauge
    • .045/.065/.085/.105/.135
    • hardware color
    • Black
  • NECK DIMENSIONS

      • Scale :
      • 864mm
      • a : Width
      • 45mm at NUT
      • b : Width
      • 68mm at 24F
      • c : Thickness
      • 19mm at 1F
      • d : Thickness
      • 21mm at 12F
      • Radius :
      • 305mmR
    • DESCRIPTION

      Guitar Neck Diagram
      a: Width of the neck at the nut
      b: Width of the neck at the first fret
      c: Thickness of the neck at the first fret
      d: Thickness of the neck at the twelfth fret
      Radius: Radius of the fingerboard

  • CONTROLS

    GWB35's control diagram

    DESCRIPTION

    With the bass held in the playing position, the knob closest to the neck is the volume knob. Towards the end of the body there is a stacked knob. The upper portion is the treble boost/cut, and the lower portion is the bass boost/cut.

  • FREQUENCY RESPONSE

    GWB35's EQ curve diagram

    DESCRIPTION

    The bass boost/cut frequency curve has a peak at about 20 Hz, the variable width decreases toward the high range, and the variable width becomes zero at around 1000 Hz. The variable range of the peak frequency is approximately ±15 dB. The treble boost/cut frequency curve draws a curve with a peak at around 20000 Hz and a variable width of zero around 100 Hz. The variable range of the peak frequency is approximately ±20 dB.

  • OTHER FEATURES

    • Gotoh® machine heads

Features

Ebony Fretboard

Ebony fretboard

Ebony produces a tight low and mid range with an iconic attack on the high end. It also features a quick response and rich sustain.

Finger Ramp

Finger Ramp

The detachable finger ramp, designed by Gary Willis, encourages players to not ”dig in too deep” and allows a more consistent attack with quick recovery time.

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