Wing Bass Review

Here’s my video review of Wing Bass!
“The 5-String Wing Bass is an instrument designed to travel, practice and perform wherever you want. The concept is simple… place a capo at the twelfth fret of your standard bass and chop off the neck behind it, and voila! You have a travel bass that feels like a real bass above the twelfth fret. The Wing Bass uses standard strings and standard string spacing so your technique building exercise can be retained when you return to your main bass. It’s light weight and very portable so whether your just hanging around the house, traveling on business, camping, whatever, you can always have an instrument to keep your chops up with.” – www.wingbass.com

Comments

thrilligence01 says:

What’s the song name

Kyle Van Zeumeren says:

Best wing bass review I’ve seen so far, nice!

Richard Williams says:

anything as small as this for guitarists? 7 or 8 string preferred, add a sustaniac … hours of shredding fun m/ … why not have it as a fanned fret multi-scale guitar with a scalloped fingerboard, lol

Nohbdy94 says:

great vid bud ^^, earned a subscribe for sure, im looking for a travel bass myself, and this one would be damn near perfect but that price D:, however, with an octave pedal im sure its more then gig worthy ^^

JohnQuixote says:

I swear I’ve heard that tune at 2:05 before. Is that something you just came up with?

Iggy Tubmen says:

only $700 dollars

pnp072000 says:

How would one make one of these at home?

bemolable says:

Expensive

J.S. PropTail says:

It’s basically a 7 string guitar minus 2 strings and with an absurdly small scale.

SoIoCreep says:

It’s a floating head and arms!

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