This is a rare and classic Kay Generation Series Thru-Neck Bass Guitar. This bass was made in the Cort Factory in Korea during the late 1970’s and is a great example of a guitar from that era.
The build quality is superb! It has 2 upgraded pickups, one split single coil at the neck and a split double coil at the bridge. Conventional electrics with a 3-position toggle switch, with independent volume and tone controls for each pickup.
You get a 5-piece through neck made up of 3 maple sections laminated together with two thin rosewood strips.
The fret board is rosewood, inlayed with triple dot brass fret markers. There’s a black graphite nut, a brass truss rod cover and nickel silver tuners.
The action is super-low, with light strings fitted making it a real funk machine! The tone is absolutely superb and the split coil pickups give it a huge variety of tonal options.
The overall condition is excellent for a guitar of this age, with only minor signs of use. It has some light scratching to parts of the body.
The original pickups have been upgraded to two Aria Pro ii split single neck pickups and two EMG Select split double coil bridge pickups.
Due to the current lockdown in England, this item is available from our store in Exeter (Click & Collect only) or by post (at an additional cost of £40 due to weight, cost of packing materials and levels of required insurance).
If postage is selected, it will be packed very carefully and sent via Parcelforce48.
If you have any questions, please contact us before purchasing either by email or phone (both on our website).