White Dog Music are a pleased as punch to offer the Bass Collection's tribute to John Entwistle's legendary "Frankenstein Bass".       

 

Renowned for using a LOT of basses, one instrument stands out from the rest of John's incredible collection, if only because of its unique origins. The beast affectionately dubbed "Frankenstein", famously assembled from the remains of a number of "dead" instruments, was his main stage & studio axe from 1967 to 1971, the golden era during which The Who released their classic albums "Tommy", "Who's Next" and "Live At Leeds" and cemented their reputation as one of the World's greatest live rock 'n' roll bands.

 

Sporting a gorgeous salmon pink finish - as its namesake was eventually refinished in the mid 70's - our Frankenstein model may not have been brought back from the dead, but it does feature period accurate looks, cool retro features, an authentic growling tone, a super fast, satin finish neck... and a considerably more affordable price tag!

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  • Light weight, balanced body contour

  • Vintage spec pickup

  • Classic salmon pink finish

  • Chrome "Ashtray" bridge cover

  • "Super Slim 60's" neck profile

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