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Roks Instruments Announces New Bass Guitar, the Nardis

Roks Instruments proudly introduces a new model: Nardis, a hand built bass guitar that mixes tradition with a modern spirit.

Luthier Axel Roks drew inspiration from client’s feedback, to create a model for the working musician.

The bass guitars of Roks Instruments are mostly known for their exclusivity and their unique appearance. Nardis, on the other hand, is a bass inspired by tradition, but is infused with the Roks flair and engineering. The result is an instrument that is conventional and progressive at the same time. It provokes you to play and will fit perfectly in every musical style and situation.

Nardis is built without compromise; every component is made to the highest standardwith the intention to let the musician play without restrictions.

The bass has an ergonomic hand shaped body, made from hand selected pieces of Alder or Swamp-Ash. Some of Nardis’s distinctive features include: a matching headstock, two-tone position markers, single bridges made by ABM, Gotoh tuners, completely passive electronics and hum cancelling single-coil pickups specially made by Häussel to the specifications of Roks Instruments.

Nardis has 4 or 5 strings and is available in 9 vintage inspired colours, of which some are transparent. The optional vibrant and colourful fretboard inlays are made from a material uniquely used by Roks Instruments.

Nardis is available right now and can be ordered directly from the Roks Instruments website. The bass comes with a premium hardshell case, tools and a certificate.

For the complete specifications and sound samples of Nardis, visit: roks-instruments.com/nardis

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