While K-Line makes a great number of standard guitars, they also make some amazing relic bass guitars as well. The J-Style Bass Guitar is just one of their many different designs that are based on the early Jazz Bass guitars that were made and played during 1961 and 1962. This outstanding relic comes with a custom case and is made using only high quality vintage parts by top K-Line craftsmen. K-Line is known for its dedication to top notch instruments, and the J-Style basses are no exception.
The J-Style Bass relic features a rosewood or maple neck that is done in a C-shape. It has 6150 frets, and the body is done in alder. The hardware is done with standard parts, but the bridge is Gotoh vintage, and the tuners are Kluson reproductions. The picguard is tortoise, and the pickups are Lollar J-bass. It has aged concentric knobs and comes in an oly white color. All of these parts and vintage pieces combine to create a look and style that very few vintage or relic bass guitars have. You won’t want to pass up one of the K-Line J-Style bass guitars if you love relics or basses. You can order a J-Style Bass Guitar directly from K-Line or from a number of other sites that sell relic guitars and basses.