1996, Stu Hamm Urge Signature Bass, finished in black with a rosewood fretboard this guitar is in fantastic condition for its age, Just some insignificant marks that won’t photograph. The thumb rest is attached with double-sided tape so it can easily be removed without damage to the fretboard.
It is nice and light and it plays wonderfully. A real gigging musicians bass. Stu Hamm signature models were the first Fender Produced. It comes complete with a gig bag
It Can be shipped to any UK mainland address for £20
This is the Urge Standard with 32” scale length. It has two standard Jazz Bass pickups and active circuitry with dual concentric volume and tone for each pickup. Produced by Fender only from 1993-1999, the Stu Hamm Urge Standard Bass is no longer available. This lightweight bass has a Poplar body, Rosewood fretboard, two Jazz-style pickups, with the stack controls being Master Volume/Pickup Pan Pot, Bass/Treble Boost/Cut and active electronics. The contoured body is just slightly smaller than a Strat body, with the treble side cutaway allowing full access to the 24th fret. Features include a bolt-on special profile Maple neck, 24 fret(2 octave) Rosewood fretboard with a 9.5 inch radius, 32 inch scale, short 3-ply black pickguard, and original open-back ‘Licensed by Schaller’ tuners. The demand for this bass because of its unique features is very high.