SX Ursa 3 MN 3TS

SX Ursa 3 MN 3TS Bass Guitar

NEW!! Check out all the great features at an incredible price!

  • Package includes guitar, padded carry bag, and a free instructional DVD in English and Spanish!
  • Dual cutaway body provides access to the upper frets.
  • Contoured back for hours of comfortable play.
  • Solid basswood body creates an authentic vintage sound. (Many guitars in this price range that are sold by other vendors often contain plywood.)
  • Bolt-on Maple neck with adjustable truss rod. (A truss rod is an adjustable neck reinforcement designed to resist the forward bending force of the high tension of steel strings, and is found in the finest of electric guitars.)
  • Maple fretboard with 20 jumbo frets.
  • High output passive style pickups with two volume controls and one tone control.
  • The design of the neck and fully adjustable traditional bridge provide superior action making this bass very easy to play!
  • Dimensions:

  • Overall length: 45"
  • Scale length: 34"
  • Width at the widest point: 13"
  • Width of the neck at the nut: 1 11/16"
  • Width of the neck at the 12th fret: 2 5/16"
  • String spacing at the nut 3/8", 1 1/4" overall
  • Thickness at the first fret: 7/8"
  • Thickness at the 12th: 15/16"
  • Weight: only 8 lbs!
  • Ursa 3 Wiring Diagram

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    Customer comments:

    Hi Kurt,

    I just bought an SX P/J bass from you, got it yesterday. I wanted to drop a note to thank you. I've been a pro player for 35+ years, and have been doing my own setups, mods, and repairs forever. I bought it with the intention of doing whatever was needed to make it serviceable for live performance. I plugged it in and put on a set of broken in D'addario Chromes. Set the truss rod, action, (action set very low, to check for fret buzz, lower than I normally play), set intonation, and gave it a workout. My fret buzz, not anywhere, a sound that I will never change, (not only workable, but amazing), fret ends not polished, like on a $1000+ instrument, but not uncomfortable anywhere, no unwanted noise in my living room, ( I will shield all cavities for stage use, as I know it won't be as quiet on a live stage. ) I'm more than satisfied, .... I'm delighted! I get asked more than you would think this question "I want to play, what should I get to start playing bass?" My response has been "Find a new or used Squire, or Ibanez bass, and any working amp, because you'll want a decent amp, but best to wait till you know what you're after, then invest in a reputable teacher to get started." Based on this purchase, my answer will now be..."Buy an mine, from Rondo Music, and keep it, even if you decide to buy another bass."

    Lou Amerosa