Luthier Services & Custom Built Basses"
770.789.4014 (a.k.a "Brutha
now, a little about my custom bass guitars…
My Latest P51
Here’s some of the notable features :
Inserted, flush Australian Lacewood “pick-guard”.
Swamp Ash body in Butterscotch Blonde finish.
Tiger Stripe maple neck.
“String through” bridge (I won’t use any other
Seymour Duncan 3 band pre-amp (18 volts-this sucker
Hand wound pickups (oh, I’m soooo proud).
Hidden “air coil” under the “pick-guard” for
Pickup is switchable between
humbucking and single coil.
Lots and lots of clear lacquer finish. It looks
about 6 miles deep!
made my first 5 string un-lined fretless out of
necessity. I needed one, but the only one’s that I
could afford were, quite frankly, crap! So I dug in and
237 stupid mistakes latter, I had a great sounding and
incredibly beautiful bass. Everyone I showed it to (and
more importantly, PLAYED it for) told me that I might be
on to something, so I kept building them for friends and
family. This “hobby” has evolved into a passion to
build basses that look, play and sound like the $3500.00
(and up) basses that most folks just can’t afford.
hand pick the best woods chosen for tonal qualities and
beauty. Every component is hand cut using templates of
my own design.
The components are crafted one at a time and
I use design details not found on many other
basses, such as headstocks inlaid with wood matching the
body and wood covered electronic cavities. They are
sanded down to 0000 steel wool and hand finished
withTung Oil (sometimes lacquer, depending on the type
The result is considerably better than mass-
produced basses, even the good ones. My basses are
guaranteed to the original owner for life. Yes, LIFE! If
it ever fails due to something I did wrong, I’ll
repair it or build you a new one. Forever. Prices begin
at $800.00 for a hand-made in the U.S.A. bass guitar!
me a call if I can help you with your current bass, or
even just answer a question.
me make your baby sound it’s best, or get you into a
new Holland Handmade Bass.