Thousand Oaks, CA (March 30, 2017) — With its conventional seems to be and tone, Mitchell’s new TB500 electrical bass is a real rock, blues, and pop workhorse. Bassists will instantly admire its traditional-style, custom-contoured alder physique; one-piece, 34-inch-scale maple neck; and clean Indian rosewood fretboard with 20 jumbo frets. High-tensile-strength fretwire offers sturdiness and a smoot
taking part in expertise.
Standard split-single and single-coil, paraffin-dipped alnico-V pickups allow you to change immediately from blues to basic to fashionable rock, whereas mitigating microphonics and suggestions. Separate quantity controls for every pickup and a grasp tone management allow intensive sound sculpting. As a end result, you may rapidly and simply modify your sound for all kinds of musical genres.
The TB500’s high-mass, adjustable bridge ensures a strong tone, clean maintain for days, and stable intonation. A Graph Tech TUSQ XL friction-reducing nut and high-ratio, Y-type tuning machines improve tuning stability and make precision tuning simple.
“The TB500 is an outstanding bass that looks and sounds like a classic instrument yet takes advantage of modern design and manufacturing techniques,” explains Mitchell VP John Larabee. “We used superior materials and worked hard to get every detail right so the TB500 plays and feels as comfortable on stage as it does in the studio.”
The Mitchell TB500 Series basses are available four-string and five-string variations and is out there in black with white pearloid pickguard in addition to clear white blonde with tortoiseshell pickguard. Attractive nickel additional provides to the instrument’s basic look.
Get your fingers on the new Mitchell TB500 at Guitar Center or Musician’s Friend or go to www.mitchellelectricguitars.com for extra data.
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