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Aria UK Ltd is proud to introduce its latest lineup of bass guitars, which includes two new SB basses, SB-700 and SB-ONE to compliment the SB-1000 and SB-1000 BK models.



The SB-700 and SB-One models, catering to a diverse range of players and budgets. The SB-700, priced at £1200, comes in these colours; Oak, Padauk Red, Walnut, Body is Ash, with a Maple / Walnut 7ply neck, Heel-Less Cutaway and a Rosewood fingerboard.

Pickup MB-1E, Volume, Tone controls, Dual Sound Switch (Series / Pallarel) Tailpiece QHB-1.

The SB-One, priced at £599.99, is available in Silver, Candy Apple Red, and Black finishes. It has an Indonesian Mahogany body and Maple / Walnut 5ply bolt-on neck.

There’s a Rosewood fingerboard with a Humbucker pickup. Controls cover volume and tone with a dual switch.


The SB-1000 series boasts an impressive array of features tailored to bassists’ preferences. Crafted with a solid Ash body and a Maple/Walnut 7-ply neck, these basses deliver a rich and resonant tone with exceptional sustain. The Neck-Through body construction and Heel-Less Cutaway ensure easy access to all 24 frets on the Ebony fingerboard, providing players with unparalleled playability and versatility.

    

Equipped with MB-1E pickups and a comprehensive control layout including Volume, Tone, Attack Mode Selector, and Bypass Switch, the SB-1000 series offers a wide range of tonal options to suit any musical style. With high-quality hardware such as Gotoh GB707 machine heads and a Gotoh J510BO-4 tailpiece, these basses deliver reliable performance both on stage and in the studio.


For those seeking a sleek and understated look, the SB-1000 BK offers a solid black finish that exudes elegance and sophistication.

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