With standout looks, the Ventura is typical of Trev Wilkinson's fine eye for detail and building purpose into design. 21st century edginess and poised angularity blends with gracious curves to create a style which echoes iconic musical eras and genres. >More
Familiar, but different to anything you will have seen, heard or played before, the Fret-King Esprit V's distinctive reversed six-a-side in-line peghead, striking asymmetric body, chrome covered pickups and signature oversized pickguard add up to a statement of style with individuality and attitude to spare. >More
The distinctive reversed six-a-side in-line peghead and striking asymmetric body add up to a statement of style with individuality and attitude to spare. The three pickup Esprit III is a rock monster in disguise with its feet firmly rooted in tradition, and a flair and versatility which belies its looks. >More
Iconic styling, oh-so-familiar, yet somehow different, best describes the Fret-King Black Label Esprit. The distinctive reversed six-a-side in-line peghead and striking asymmetric body with signature pickguard all add up to a statement of style with individuality and attitude to spare. The single pickup Esprit I is a stripped-down, no-nonsense rock 'n' roll machine. >More
Superbly balanced, the Fret-King Esprit I bass is a delight to wear and play standing or sitting. The long tenon set-neck construction, combining agathis bodies to fast-playing maple necks with rosewood fingerboards, and a Wilkinson WBBC bridge with cold rolled steel baseplate and brass barrel saddles directly fitted to the body for maximum tone, all creates a solid platform for you to build your Esprit I bass's tone and a great groove. >More
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