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

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.

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.
Redistribution Of Weight.

Weight distribution is more important than weight per se. A MüB feels much lighter than it is when you strap it on. That's because its centre of gravity is closer to the player's body so the bass doesn't sit solely on his left shoulder. Strap one on and you'll know what we mean.