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Designed with the co-founder of Megadeth David Ellefson!
Designed with veteran metal bassist David Ellefson, Peavey Zodiac DE Scorpio Bass Guitars are solid rock bass guitars featuring both split-coil and single-coil pickups.
"I wanted to create a bass that incorporates the best sound qualities of a traditional instrument but also has cutting-edge features designed for modern players," says Ellefson. "My technique and playing style have always demanded more from a bass guitar to really capture the power and depth of my music. The Zodiac DE brings those elements together in one powerhouse instrument."
In the celebrated Peavey tradition, Zodiac basses combine sought-after features with the road-worthy durability required by serious rock players. Like other basses in the Zodiac Series, the David Ellefson signature model”named Scorpio after Ellefson's sign in the astrological zodiac”is built using a solid alder body with sculpted front and back contours and equipped with an articulating bridge with machined saddles. The Scorpio is also outfitted to his specs, including custom Seymour Duncan pickups, a gloss-black finish and a mirrored pickguard.
"Rock n' roll is about constant reinvention and taking things to new extremes, and the Zodiac DE reflects my passion for that lifestyle," adds Ellefson. "I like the bass to be heard as well as felt through the music, and after all, what good is a fancy bass if you can't hear it?"
The Scorpio Bass features 2 master volume controls and one master tone control for shaping the Zodiac sound. Other features include an 8" radius maple neck so players can work into the 21-fret rosewood fingerboard in comfort, plus all-chrome hardware; butterfly tuners; and a Switchcraft jack.
- 34" scale
- 21 frets
- Black finish with chrome-plated pickguard
- 8" radius maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
- Solid alder body with sculpted front and back contours
- Steel bridge with machined steel saddles
- 1 1/2" nut width
- All chrome-plated hardware
- Seymour Duncan split-coil and single-coil pickups
- Passive electronics
- Two master volume controls and one master tone control
- Switchcraft jack
- Butterfly tuning pegs