Gibson has revealed the latest addition to its Midtown line, the semi-acoustic Midtown Standard bass.
The shape will be familiar to anyone who's set eyes on an EB-2, which Gibson produced until the early '70s, but the Midtown Standard has plenty of features to make it stand out on its own.
Boasting a thinline ES-style profile, a 34" scale one-piece mahogany neck and a pair of thundering pickups, Gibson aims to combine "unprecedented tonal flexibility and flawless playability."
Available in a range of mouth-watering finishes, the Midtown Standard also boasts solid – rather than laminated – tops, backs and sides, with a solid centre block designed to cut down on all that pesky feedback.
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For more information, check out the Midtown Standard at Gibson's website.