Supro Amps, Guitars and Pedals Huntington III on RigShare
Vintage Inspiration This newly-designed, short-scale bass combines the classic body shape of the early-60’s Ozark model with vintage-correct passive electronics and sonic inspiration from the Supro Pocket Bass of the same era. Although its scale is short, the sound of the Huntington bass is astoundingly large—boasting a tight, confident, buttery low end, articulate midrange and crisp highs. Gold Foil Pickups The unique Gold Foil pickups found in the Huntington bass are authentic replicas of the original “Clear-Tone” pickups found in the vintage Supro Violin, Taurus and Pocket Bass models. These high-output single coils deliver legendary, deep low-end, with very low noise and a massive, broadband sound that stays warm and balanced across the entire range of the instrument. Modern Construction The Supro Huntington III bass is available in two different finishes: Tobacco Sunburst Flametop: flame maple veneer over an alder body, piezo bridge Transparent Blue: ash body, piezo bridge Huntington Series The Supro Huntington Series represents a perfect marriage of vintage form and modern function—and provides excellent playability, top-notch build quality and huge tone in a compact, slick package.
Vintage Supro body design • Set neck with black satin finish • 3x vintage Gold Foil pickups • High-mass piezo bridge • Piezo blend control on tone knob • Ash body with matte finish or alder body with maple top • Rosewood fretboard • Block inlays • 30” scale
Nut width: 1.7″ / 4.3 cm “E to G” width: @ nut: 1.25″ / 3.18cm — @ bridge: 2.24″ / 5.7 cm String-string width @ bridge: .75″ / 19 mm Scale length: 30″ / 76 cm Frets: 20 (medium jumbo) Length overall: 41.5″ / 105.4 cm Width overall: 13″ / 33 cm Max weight: 7.5 lbs / 3.4 kg

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