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Brice HXB2-405 3235 GL Black Flame


New upgraded multi-scaled version of the HXB with improved electronics

A slim line, dual cutaway, contoured solid body with matching headstock

Korina wood body and highly figured Canadian Flame Maple top

Individual bridge configuration with intonation and string height adjustments.

Active pickups with bass, mid, treble, blend, and volume controls plus pickup selector switch

All black die-cast hardware adds the finishing touch

Qty Price: $459.95



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New Multi-Scale Version of the HXB!

  • Multi-scaled fretboard (32"-35") for improved string tension on the lower strings and better overall performance
  • 5 string bass
  • A slim line, dual cutaway, contoured solid body with matching headstock
  • Highly figured maple flame top
  • Individual bridge configuration with intonation and string height adjustments.
  • Active pickups with bass, mid, treble, blend and volume controls plus active/passive switch
  • Separate battery compartment lets you change batteries quickly
  • Bolt-on maple neck with adjustable truss rod and 6-bolts for incredible stability
  • Two octave fretboard with position markers on the side
  • All black die-cast hardware adds the finishing touch
  • Measurements

  • Overall length, not including the strap button: 44 1/2"
  • Scale length: 32"-35"
  • Width of body at the lower bout: 12 5/8"
  • Thickness of body at the strap button: 1 3/4"
  • Width of the neck at the nut: 1 6/8"
  • Width of the neck at the 24th fret: 2 6/8"
  • Neck profile (thickness) at the first fret: 13/16"
  • Neck profile (thickness) at the 12th fret: 15/16"
  • Pickups: 4" x 1 1/2"
  • String spacing at the bridge: 16 mm
  • String gauges: .030, .045, .080, .100, .125
  • Fret wire size 2.7mm x 1.4mm
  • Weight: only 9 pounds
  • HXB2 Wiring Diagram

    These are brand new to the market. Please contact us through the home page and let us know what you think!

    Question: What is the advantage of playing a multi-scaled guitar?
    Answer: The multi-scale provides the advantage of having a longer scale length for the lower strings and a shorter scale length for the higher strings. When bass strings have a longer scale, you can achieve a snappier, brighter, and clearer tone. When the treble strings have a shorter scale they produce an inherently warmer, mellower tone. This makes for a tonally balanced instrument. Straight scale instruments tend to suffer from drawbacks: extended scale instruments' high notes can sound shrill and piercing and short scale instruments' low notes can sound muddy. The multi-scale system allows for a "bost of both worlds" approach.

    Question: How much does the bass guitar weigh?
    Answer: Only 9 pounds!