Brian Krahe: "An Elegy for a Man Alive" on B-1005 Multi-Scale Bass

Brian Krahe of North Carolina-based progressive deathcore band Krosis does this outstanding live bass playthrough of their song "An Elegy for a Man Alive" using his LTD Deluxe B-1005 Multi-Scale bass. A bass like no other, the B-1005 Multi-Scale combines a fret design that optimizes string tension so that the lower strings have a longer scale compared to the higher strings (37” to 34”), resulting in consistently excellent tone and performance at all points across the fingerboard. Its high-end components include a black bone nut, Gotoh tuners, and Hipshot Solo bridge, as well as a set of acclaimed Nordstrand Big Splits hum-cancelling pickups, along with an ABQ-3MS 3-band EQ. "An Elegy for a Man Alive" is from Krosis' album A Memoir Of Free Will, and you can get more info at their web site.

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