The Industrial Radio Midi Bass Guitar


Industrial Radio has announced the MIDI Bass, a hybrid bass guitar and MIDI controller able to connect to and control synthesizers and samplers via MIDI.

Both bass guitar and MIDI controller, the Industrial Radio Midi Bass gives you the ability to control hardware and software synths and samplers direct from the bass. With low latency MIDI tracking capabilities, the MIDI Bass gives bassists the opportunity to use their preferred instrument to access the world of audio synthesis and sampling.

The Industrial Radio Midi Bass is built to order and sold direct to the customer by Industrial Radio, with prices starting at $3,995 USD.

MIDI Bass Package

When you purchase an Industrial Radio Midi Bass you will receive the following:

  • Midi Bass
  • Midi Bass Module
  • Midi Bass Cable
  • Power Supply (shipped seperately) – 12VAC 500mA power pack with appropriate mains connector and voltage – depending on your location
  • Quality Hardshell Case
  • Printed Manual
  • Midi Bass Toolkit
  • Fret cleaning fluid and wipes

MIDI Bass Details

  • Colours: 3-Tone Sunburst, Olympic White, Black, Charcoal Frost, Ice Blue Metallic, Candy Apple Red, Ocean Turquoise, Teal Green
  • Body: Agathis (Similar to Alder in density & tone)
  • Neck: Maple neck, Graphite-reinforced, Gloss finish headstock, Satin finish on back of neck
  • Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood, 7.25″ Radius with printed Lexan overlay
  • Nut: Corian
  • Frets: 21
  • Pickups: Nordstrand ‘Big Splits’
  • Bridge: Chrome with Graph Tech Ghost Series piezo saddle pickups (string frontload)
  • Machine Heads: Schaller chrome
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Pickguard: Tortoiseshell, Black, or White
  • Scale: 34″
  • Width at Nut: 37.5mm
  • Controls: Volume, Balance, Passive Tone, MIDI Volume, MIDI switch
  • Two connectors: 1/4″ audio jack & 8-pin DIN connector (connects to Midi Bass Module)
  • Display: 2 line, backlit Liquid Crystal Display

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