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Brice HXB2-405 3235 RN Nat Bubinga


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

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

Highly figured bubinga top

String-through bridge design for maximum attack and sustain

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: $399.95



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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 bubinga top
  • String-through bridge design for maximum attack and sustain
  • 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 rosewood 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
  • 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!