The Stash Stainless Bass is the only guitar made of stainless steel. It has unfinished frets and a tubular design. The guitar’s design was created by Stan Potyrala in Ontario. The designer was the one who custom crafted and assembled each piece of the guitar. Apparently, once tuned the Stash Stainless Bass will remain tuned. If it proves to be true, this claim could be one of the guitar’s most amazing qualities. Moreover, it is sleek and modern, catching the eye of everyone once you take it on stage.
The tubular neck of the Stash Stainless Bass is perhaps its most striking feature. This design was chosen in order to improve the natural grip of the hand. Due to its shape, the tubular neck gives better access to the strings. Moreover, the position of the fingers is a much more comfortable one. The design will lessen the tension of the muscles. As a result it will diminish or even get rid of hand, finger and wrist pains. All in all, the guitar has an ergonomic design that promises to give you an one of a kind experience when playing it.
The entire instrument is made of the same metal. As a result it has the same thermal expansion. This allows the Stash Stainless Bass to eliminate dimension changes that are caused by extreme temperatures. As a result the guitar will always remain in tune. Moreover, the design of the guitar improves sound quality, stiffness, mechanical accuracy and environmental stability.
The Stash Stainless Bass is acoustic and measures 1.5˝ in diameter. It is a limited edition that can be purchased for $3000. More features of the musical instrument include a Switchcraft jack, a stainless steel adjustable bridge and Gotoh-type tuners. Its only flaw is that it cannot be destroyed by musicians during a rock concert. Would you like to own this innovative musical instrument?
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