Gibson Issues Grabber 3 ’70s Tribute Bass


Gibson offers Grabber 3 '70s Tribute Bass.Gibson’s Grabber 3 ’70s Tribute Bass has a double-cutaway maple body, set maple neck with baked-maple (which gives it a brown appearance) fretboard, three-point adjustable bridge, Grover tuners, and three new Gibson single-coil bass pickups made with Alnico V magnets and wired hum-canceling in all positions through its three-way switch and master Volume and Tone controls. It has a PLEK-cut Corian nut, Plek-dressed frets, and is available in Satin Ebony Black or Satin Honey Burst finish in hand-sprayed nitrocellulose lacquer. Learn more at gibson.com.

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  1. allmaniac
    Posted May 23, 2013 at 6:30 pm | Permalink

    Well it does look more like a real bass than the original 70s version with that weird sliding pickup. I always liked the Ripper much better but this one looks more practical than the original. That being said Why in the Sam Hill does Gibson take a nice bass or guitar that could be really killer and give it a cheap satin finish. Come on Boys don’t be so cheap that you don’t put a decent finish on this beast.

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