Gibson Victory Bass
|Gibson Victory Bass|
|Period||1981 – 1986|
|Body type||Solid, double cut|
|Neck joint||Bolt-on neck|
|Scale||34 in (860 mm)|
|Pickup(s)||Single humbucker (Standard)|
Dual humbuckers (Custom and Artist)
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The Gibson Victory Bass was an electric bass guitar produced by Gibson Guitars from 1981 until 1986. It was a bass guitar variant of the Gibson Victory. It was not a successful model.
The Victory Bass was only available as a four-string solid-body bass guitar. The scale was 34″, body made of maple and neck was three-ply maple with rosewood fingerboard. A fret-less version was an option. Three models of Victory Basses were produced:
- Standard - one Series VIIIB humbucker, three-ply maple neck, 24-fret rosewood fretboard, and passive electronics with one volume and one tone knob and a series/parallel switch.
- Custom - two Series VIIIB humbuckers, three-ply maple neck, 24-fret rosewood fretboard, and passive electronics with one volume and one tone knob, bass and treble controls, a pickup selector switch, and a series/parallel switch.
- Artist - two Series VIIIB humbuckers, three-ply maple neck, 24-fret rosewood fretboard, and passive/active electronics with one volume and one tone knob, bass and treble controls, a pickup selector switch, a series/parallel switch, and a three-position passive/active switch.
In the used market the can go from $600 to $1600.
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