Here are the specs
- Nice carved alder body
- Bolt-on maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 34" scale length
- 24 frets
- Two BD-4 double-coil Humbucker pickups
- Controls: One volume knob, one balance knob, one active treble knob, and one active bass knob
- Matte Silver hardware.
**Note** see my post Action Off Or Not Thing is that this bass feels great to play. After I got it home I looked at the action more closely. The string action is way low. I thought new instruments would have been set up with a reasonable action before selling.
- I added a capo at fret one
- put my finger on fret 12
- tested frets 4-8 hardly any if at all gap.
- then moved up to fret 16 and tested again a small gap
- went to fret 24 tested again a bit more gap.
I have done my 4 string and acoustic guitar before. I usually leave a credit card gap but i should get a proper feeler gauge. Is a 5 string bass anything special to set up?
**Note**Please see my related post with my review after several weeks using this bass. My 5 String Aria
PS: To keep my old passive 4 string or sell it to recuperate some cost back. I only need one bass to use. mmmmmmmmm decisions.