After being destroyed in the 2010 Nashville flood, I thought I'd never play my 1952 Kay Upright bass again. It was a mess: busted at the seams; warped and bowed in all the wrong places; covered in mold inside and out; electronics ruined; etc. But finally, in 2014, it was completely restored and so was my faith. I started woodshedding again and found a new inspiration in this bass and its now Cumberland funk riddled self. Welcome to a rebirth: SF'50 K-UPRIGHT.
Specs & Techs:
140 unique loops ranging from 65-205 bpm, including clean and amp lines.
Additional 49 loops of more experimental FX'd loops.
68 one-shot samples of single bass notes (clean & amp lines), including a pre-made EXS24 instrument.