Glarry GP II Electric Bass Guitar adopts Premium Basswood Body and Maple Fretboard, the sound is brighter and classic. 12" Maple Fretboard Radius allowing you to effortless move along the fretboard during even the most complicated passages. The combination of Wilkinson Pickup and Warwick Bass Strings brings full low frequency, obvious high frequency, more layered sound and smooth performance to the performance.

1. Standard 20 Frets, Scale Length 34" suitable for systematic learning
2. Standard "C" Neck Shape
3. Wilkinson Pickup can make the sound full of low frequency, obvious high frequency, and more layered
4. Warwick Bass Strings 42210 ML(040-100) G-0.040", D-0.060", A-0.080", E-0.1"

Model: GP II
Body Material: Premium Basswood
Pickguard: White
Body Colour: Black
Orientation: Right Hander
Neck & Fretboard    
Neck Material: Maple
Fretboard Material: Maple
Neck Shape: "C" Shape
Neck Joint: Bolt-on
Scale Length: 34"
Fretboard Radius: 12"
Number of Frets: 20
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1.656" (42mm)
Number of Strings: 4
Controls & Hardware    
Pickup: Wilkinson Split Single-Coil Pickup
Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone
Pickup Switching: None
Bridge: 4-Saddle Fixed Standard
Truss Rods: Standard, Two-way Adjustbale
Tunning Machines: Standard Open Gear
Harware Finish: Chrome
Strings: Warwick Bass Strings 42210 ML (040-100)    G-0.040", D-0.060", A-0.080", E-0.1"

Guitar: (46.46 x 12.6 x 1.65)" / (118 x 32 x 4.2)cm(L x W x H)
Guitar Weight: 9.9lb / 4.5kg

Package Includes:
1 x Bass
1 x Bass Bag
1 x Guitar Strap
1 x Amp Wire
1 x Spanner Tool
1 x Plectrum

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