Add to Cart
The G-3 and Grabber both had bolt-on maple necks, and maple or alder bodies. Fingerboards were typically maple, though occasionally rosewood or ebony. All this maple, added to the bolt-on construction leads to a very bright sounding bass; plenty of snap.
The lightweight Grabber bridge was not designed to hold strings, rather they are passed through the body and then over the bridge, and so improving sustain. Extra long scale strings are therefore required.