The Stash Stainless Bass Guitar Review

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The Futurist Bass Guitar

Here is a bass guitar which is unique and one of its kind. The Stash Stainless Bass is custom made and manufactured by designer Stanislaw Potyrala in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. It is made entirely of stainless steel featuring unified frets of a 34” scale (24 frets) and a distinctive tubular neck. The pickups are custom split coils with Alnico 5 magnets that are controlled with Volume and Tone knobs. Other features include a Switchcraft jack, a stainless steel adjustable birdge and Gotoh-type tuners.

The special built of this bass allows uniform thermal expansion and as a result it will stay tuned in for longer periods of time as compared to other standard basses. The design is said to improve the instrument’s stability both mechanically and environmentally.

With the ultra-modern and sleek design, the most outstanding feature of the Stash Stainless Bass Guitar is its tubular neck. The acoustic stainless steel tube has a diameter of 1.5” and provides a solid grip for the musician’s fingers around the circular structure, allowing them to access the strings with ease. This metallic make-up is very stable and is made for reducing the muscle stress of the hand and wrist caused by using a flat conventional flat neck.

The Stash Stainless Bass is especially for playing hard rock and metal music. It has a good sound quality result and also produces impeccable tones and harmonics. As the pick-ups are completely shielded there is less noise in terms of interference. Another benefit of the Stash Stainless Bass being made of entirely one type of stainless steel material is that it removes all chances of warping or acoustic variations due to change in the surrounding temperature.

Made from an ideal material, Stash Stainless Bass is the only bass in the market which is entirely built of stainless steel. This exotic instrument is available for around £1900 and has given musicians the insight into the future of musical instruments.


”Great sound. Easy to play”
I am already in love with it.
Hands down this is by far one of the craziest I’ve ever seen
it was fun learning and figuring out how to play that beast

  • Pickups custom made split coils with Alnico 5 magnets
  • Weight 4.5kg (10lb)
  • Body Stainless steel brushed.
  • Scale 34” (24 frets)
  • Neck Stainless steel tube acoustic 38mm dia (1.5”)
  • Frets H=1mm (0.040) W=3mm (0.118”) flat with rounded edges
  • Bridge stainless steel adjustable
  • Potentiometers 250K volume and tone
  • Tuners Gotoh type
  • String space nut = 8.5mm (0.334”), bridge 15.5mm (0.610”)
  • Jack Switchcraft


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Stainless Bass
Appearance
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Worth it?
70
Features
75
Reader Rating11 Votes
68
Positives
Comfortable for the musician. Great sound. Stays in tune.
Negatives
Might not suit those who are used to of the regular bass design. Expensive.
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