A better bass is the best teacher you're ever gonna get.

 The J4 Numero Uno and J4 Eldorado are my own two MüB, custom-fit to my playing style which spans from finger style to classical guitar arpeggios plus some slap tweaks of my own. Tone-wise, I like a lot of snap and growl with a P-bass kind of bottom thrown into the mix. Action is very low cuz I like to get carried away.

Maurizio

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Über-Jay Numero Uno. 34" scale, 22 frets 4 string bass. 14" radius. Flamed Asian mahogany body. Macassar ebony top. Matching headstock plate. Maple/ebony/maple neck with birdseye maple fretboard. Gold hardware. Bartolini split coil p-ups. Weight: 7.5lbs.

Custom fitting: Arched body front and back • Lower horn scoop at the back • 17mm string spacing at bridge • Custom p-up position • Jack input and tuners recess •  MÜB Über-Tone preamp • Brass cavity cover • Input jack and tuners recess.

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Über-Jay Eldorado. 34" scale, 22 frets 4 string bass. 16" radus. Chambered swamp ash body. Camphor burl top. Matching headstock plate. Birdseye Maple/Padauk/maple neck with Curly maple fretboard and matching block inlays. Black hardware. Weight: 5.6lbs.
Custom fitting: Arched body front • Red back mid laminate • Lower horn scoop at the back • 17mm string spacing at bridge • Custom p-up position for extra bottom and snap • MÜB Über-Tone preamp, pass/act, 3 position mid freq switch • Matching Ash cavity cover • Input jack and tuners recess • Lace Aluma J p-ups • çarbon fiber reinforcement spars.
Whatever Works.

Bassists. Some want it heavy, some want it light. Some want a small body, some a big one. Thin, thick, flat, D, C, ( , X, Y, W, T, F, Z neck profile. Edgy, classic, Spartan, extravagant, aggressive, smooth. Why can't we just get along? But we can't. Great!