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5-string vintage-style bolt-on bass guitar. Features a single pickup, simple geometry and easy building processes using a small tool setup. Visit the support thread for information on build specifics and for further information on this design.

 

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ProjectGuitar.com's "1951-5 bass" CAD plan by Prostheta is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
 
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What's New in Version v1.1   See changelog

Released

  • v1.0; Initial upload
  • v1.1; Added traditional style nut option in addition to zero fret
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