With its gorgeous maple neck and fingerboard with chunky black block inlays the VJ74M also features Wilkinson hardware, including two full-toned, crisp and clear bass pickups, that give the player wonderful tonal variations and awesome playability. Available in a beautifully glossy Vintage White, Sunset Sunburst or Natural (with matching chrome bridge and pickup covers) finish.
Ash body provides resonance, tone and ‘correct weight’ comfort, enhanced with correctly radiused contoured body.
Hard Maple bolt on neck for instant comfort, speed, accuracy and great feel.
20 Medium profile frets add to comfort, accuracy and overall positive feel of the Vintage VJ74.
39mm white graphite stays friction-free to aid tuning and playability.
Wilkinson three saddle compensated brass bridge provides improved intonation all over the fretboard. Featuring a chrome 'ashtray' cover.
Wilkinson WJBL200 ensure smooth and stable tuning.
Two Wilkinson WOJB (N), WOJB (B) single coil pickups for ultimate clarity and articulation. Features chrome pickup cover.
Two Volume and one tone.
Classic Vintage headstock design for balance and visual appeal.
The VJ74™ is an original Vintage® ReIssued Series bass, designed and created by Trev Wilkinson and the UK Vintage design team.
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