Post Number: 16
|Posted on Saturday, April 28, 2012 - 2:13 am: |
What is the extra switch for, leds????
Also what makes these 20th's different from a ,lets say Mark King signature which would be 32" same electronics I think and even the same body shape and omega and Laminates
Post Number: 1203
|Posted on Saturday, April 28, 2012 - 6:45 am: |
I don't know about the Annivesary, but the standard scale for the MK is 34".
Signature electronics have a p/up pan knob, while Anniversary electronics have a p/up selector switch & add a stereo/mono switch for the ¼" output. And while every Anniversary I've seen a picture of has the Large Standard Omega body, the MK starts with Large Standard Point; the omega is an option. There may other differences as well - anyone?
Post Number: 7709
|Posted on Saturday, April 28, 2012 - 12:09 pm: |
The 20th Anniversary guitar and bass have unique shapes. They are smaller than the Standard Point/Omega style, but they are not the 3/4 shape.
The woods on the 20th Anniversary were Walnut top and back with a Walnut core and Vermilion accent laminates or Quilted Maple top and back with a Maple core and Purpleheart accent laminates.
Anniversary basses were in 32" and 34" scale.
They also have the "20th Anniversary" jewelry on the peghead.
Post Number: 2450
|Posted on Saturday, April 28, 2012 - 12:24 pm: |
Here is a thread of interest with pictures on this topic. Such a beautiful Bass, I had the good fortune of playing one once in a Southern California music store in 2009.