'G' for Groove. The Über-Groove. Available with standard tuners, headless, Headless-Hybrid, single-cut, in any specs and electronics configuration you and us together can come up with. Check the Gallery to get an idea of how far this design can be taken.
Not one inch of the MüB-G is build without asking the question: How does that make playing easier? Take the last fret. On a MüB you can play up there with the same ease as everywhere else on the board. To allow that we place the lower horn curve about one fret below the last one. Those who play chords right down there will appreciate.
The Über-Groove is a chameleon. Throw any kind of configuration at it and it will come back with a beautiful, efficient and ergonomic solution. We put effortless playing right up there on the top of the list. Right where beauty is
No design can retain its efficiency, ergonomics and beauty at 30 frets length as well as at 21. MüB approach to design is simple. Those three elements have to work in any condition. That's why the MüB-G design morphs each time specs change so dramatically. Still retaining its style and personality.
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Like every MüB the G is about 10% to 20% thinner than most basses out there. We cut off the fat, so it fits like a glove. It is also much lighter and, with deep contours, very comfortable. In spite of that it is extremely stiff and its tone cuts through the mix like a chainsaw.
The MüB-G is a lot more than just compact. Its Tears design makes string trees redundant on a straight headstock. The integrated nut rids the bass of yet another loose piece. Tears are designed in such a way that, the string doesn't touch the finish. Which is cool as seeing it spoiled would make us rather sad. Alternatively. standard tuning system at headstock and bridge by Hipshot.