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Figured Koa Quantum TBX 5

Figured Koa Quantum TBX 5

The most important advance since the invention of the bass guitar has been the carbon fiber neck. From that day in 1976 when bass-playing rocket scientist Geoff Gould (yup, he was a carbon fiber designer on the Voyager probe) first wondered, "What if ..." the electric bass has been a different animal. To this day, Modulus Quantum basses are made using the same aerospace grade materials. The distinctive spacey exterior layer of a Modulus carbon fiber neck is known around the shop as KLD^trademark tm or "a thousand (k) ladies dancing". This artistic touch has been a Modulus trademark for decades.

The Quantum TBX, the Modulus flagship neck-thru model represents the pinnacle of bass craft at Modulus. When they looked at the rich history of these instruments, and tweaked the formula for re-release in 2010, they had one singular goal: No Compromises. They have included the highest quality woods, components, and finish options available for the TBX series. When you choose this bass, you are choosing the best of the best.

For more information or to purchase visit:

modulusgraphite.com

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