Torzal Standard Bass

The standard Torzal bass features neck-through construction where the neck is rotated +15 degrees at the bridge and –20 degrees at the nut, for a total rotation of 35 degrees. The neck on a standard Torzal is typically 5-piece and either a traditional neck-through or what I like to call “set-through”, which means that the neck goes all the way through the body like a neck-through, but it is not the full body depth. The body top wood consists of wings joining the neck, but the body back wood goes across the entire back. The standard is available as 4-string or 5-string.

String Spacing Bridge Nut Neck width at nut
Four string .750” .406” 1.5”
Five string .708” .375” 1.750”

Other standard specs include:

  • 34” scale, 24 frets
  • Front and back headstock veneers matching body wood
  • Abalone or mother of pearl position markers
  • Bone nut
  • Hipshot ultralite tuners
  • Precision machined Hipshot bridge (“A” style)
  • Two Nordstrand pickups of your choice
  • Passive circuit with volume, blend, and tone control
  • Matching wood cover plates
  • Lightweight, balanced, and ergonomically contoured figured or exotic wood body (some exotics and highly figured wood extra,
    please see price/options list in the order section for more information)