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The Bass Centre Woodstock Bass

UK Price:  £595.00 Inc. 20% VAT
Worldwide Price: £495.83
+ Lined Fretless Fingerboard
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A heartfelt tribute to the great Leo Lyons — Ten Years After founder, now with the mighty Hundred Seventy Split — this fabulous instrument is inspired both by the famous '62 Fender Jazz that the blues rock legend used at the Woodstock festival in 1969 and the UK built Bass Centre replica that has been Leo's constant live companion since 2009.

With only limited numbers of the forensically distressed Woodstock Revival remaining, this new model revisits this concept, foregoing the detailed relicing and delivering a pristine, affordable instrument that combines authentic tone, classic vintage style, pro-grade build quality, an expert set-up, and astonishing value for money.


BODY Lightweight, balanced body contour
FINISH Classic Solar Flare gloss finish with matching headstock, period accurate, tortoise shell pickguard and tug bar
NECK Age toned, satin finish Bass Centre "Super Slim Sixties"® maple neck
FINGERBOARD 20 fret Macassar ebony with pearloid dot markers
PICKUPS Vintage spec single-coil pickups with exposed pole pieces
BRIDGE Vintage "Retro Roller" bridge with knurled saddles for string width adjustment 
HARDWARE Chrome control plate / Vintage style black control knobs / Bass "C" engraved 4-bolt chrome neck plate
STRINGS Bass Centre Elites
EXTRAS Premium quality Bass Centre Padded gig bag included

The Personal Touch

All Bass Collection and British Bass Masters instruments are re-strung and set up prior to despatch by Chris Ward, long serving Bass Centre guitar tech since 1984. Accordingly, you can choose which gauge and type of Elites Strings you prefer and specify set-up requirements (please use the "Comments" field when you check out).

Body Basswood
Finish Classic Solar Flare gloss polyurethane, with natural headstock
PICKGUARD 3-ply tortoise-shell
Neck Age toned, satin finish maple with Bass Centre "Super Slim Sixties"® profile
Fingerboard Macassar ebony with pearloid dot markers
Frets 20 medium nickel frets
PickupS Passive, vintage-style single coil pickups with exposed pole pieces
Controls Volume / Volume / Master tone
MACHINEHEADS Chrome, vintage-style, clover leaf, open-gear tuners
Hardware Chrome control plate with vintage style black knobs / Black tug bar
NECK PLATE 4-bolt chrome plate with engraved Bass Centre "C" logo
Bridge Chrome "Retro Roller" bridge with knurled saddles for string width adjustment
Scale Length 34" (864mm)
Neck Width at Nut 38mm (1.5")
Neck Width at 12th Fret 57mm (2.24")
Neck Depth at 1st Fret 20mm (0.8")
Neck Depth at 12th Fret 22mm (0.87")
String Spacing at Nut 10mm (0.4")
String Spacing at Bridge 19mm (0.75")
Weight Approx. 4kg (8.9lb)
Strings Bass Centre Elites
InCLUDED Extras Premium quality Bass Centre padded gig bag with dual handles, cushioned shoulder strap and zip-up accessory pocket
Warranty All Bass Collection instruments come with a 1 year warranty
Country of Origin World Musical Instruments Co. Ltd., South Korea


In 2009, British Bass Master and blues rock legend Leo Lyons teamed up with Bass Centre founder Barry Moorhouse to fashion an accurate replica of the distinctively distressed '62 Fender Jazz that had accompanied him for almost all his live performances since Woodstock in 1969, allowing the highly valuable original to be withdrawn from active service and protected from any further wear and tear.

The limited edition result, christened the Woodstock Bass, was created with the assistance of master craftsman and custom guitar specialist Martin Sims, who disassembled and modelled the storied original using a 3D laser scanner and oversaw the process of replicating the ravages of time. 

"Our task was to age Leo’s bass until it looked and felt like it had been through 40 years of hard work onstage... in just four weeks!"

Clearly, the Woodstock was to Leo's liking as the instrument has proved to a faithful live companion throughout the last decade and beyond for his tireless live schedule with Joe Gooch and Hundred Seventy Split.

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