L.H. MCCURDY basses feature a lightweight chambered body and a mahogany set neck with a rounded heel. This makes it comfortable, easy to play, and provides an organic, uncomplicated feel. A maple top and Macassar ebony fingerboard are standard. Hardware components include Hipshot bridges, ultra light tuners, and CTS pots. I prefer Jescar frets. Finally, a custom-made Thunderbucker pickup and straightforward passive circuit are utilized to bring out the finest, truest character of each bass.
A 34 in. scale is standard although some have requested fretless, 32 in. scale, and a variety of top woods. Colors? The sky is the limit.
Broadside #109. Mahogany with Indian Rosewood top and Macassar Ebony board, oil finish. SOLD More photos
Chaser #108. Mahogany with Flame Maple top in a burnt orange finish, Macassar Ebony board, black hardware. More photos
Broadside #105. Three tone sunburst top, small pickguard, black back.
Chaser #104. British Racing green front and back, matching headstock, small pickguard. SOLD
Broadside #106. Trans red top and black back, black wooden pickguard. SOLD
Chaser #102. Lined fretless, tobacco sunburst red wood top, black back. Badass bridge, d-tuner. Gently owned. SOLD
Five string Broadside #107. Trans finish front and back, tortoise pickguard. Metal position markers.