For your consideration a 1959 Danelectro Longhorn Bass with their fantastic Copperburst finish! You just don’t see these anymore! One of Danelectros most iconic and unique model! They used this body shape on a handful models including a Bass VI and a Guitarlin (31 fret guitar that gets into mandolin register). This is the most usable version, the bass! Of course it features Nathan Daniels brilliant masonite body design, that give this instrument a sound all it own. This ones all original and in very good condition. Wonderful Brazilian rosewood fingerboard! Very good condition frets. Great light weight. A must for any American guitar enthusiast or Danelectro collector!
This bass is all original and in very good condition. Comes with a non-original hard shell case.
1-11/16″ aluminum nut. 30″ scale length.
Maple neck with a depth of .80″ (1st fret) & .86″ (12th fret). Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with a flat radius. 24 Jumbo frets in very good condition.
Masonite on a wood frame body. Copperburst finish with white vinyl binding. Original two lipstick pick up and with stacked pots.
Kluson Deluxe tuners. Copperburst headstock. Flat metal bridge with rosewood saddle.
Weighs 6 pounds and 4 ounces.
Model: Longhorn Bass
Case: Comes with a non-original hard shell case.
Weight: 6 pounds and 4 ounces.
Condition: This bass is in very good condition.
Comments: You don't see these everyday!