The Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat bass is the result of a historic collaboration with Epiphone and the late great Allen Woody, the legendary bassist for the Allman Brothers Band and Gov't Mule.
The Allen Woody Rumblekat is one of the few basses available today with a 30" scale length (compared to the "standard" scale length of 34"). But there are many more features that make the Rumblekat one of the great modern instruments for bassists today. Based on his '50s Gibson EB1 Violin Bass, the Rumblekat has a chambered semi-hollow body made from mahogany along with a 5-ply flame maple top. The mahogany neck has a rosewood fingerboard with the "violin" scale of 30". A set of mini humbuckers were painstakingly designed to reproduce that EB1 sound. Additional features include an adjustable 3-point tailpiece, die cast tuners, and retro gold tone hardware. Case not included. Features:
- Body: Chambered mahogany
- Top: Top 5-play maple
- Neck: Mahogany, hand-set
- Fingerboard: Rosewood with dot inlays
- Fingerboard Radius: 14''
- Fingerboard Scale: 30''
- Nut Width: 1.68''
- Pickups: 2 NYT Bass mini humbuckers
- Hardware: Gold
- Bridge/Tailpace: 3-point adjustable
- Case: Not included