Features & Specifications:

Body:  Swamp ash or alder body, NYC models are chambered for enhanced resonance and light weight, Metro models also available.

Fingerboard:  Maple or rosewood, sleek 1.45” nut width on 4-string or 1.75" on 5-string models.

Frets:  22 nickel/silver .090" wide x .048" high.

Tuners:  Custom Hipshot/Sadowsky gears with D-tuner.

Pickup Options:  Sadowsky Single Coil or Humcancelling J pickups, Sadowsky Soapbars in '60s J-Bass locations or Sadowsky P/J.

Preamp:  Custom Will Lee preamp with switchable midrange boost. Frequency selectable at 500 or 800 Hz, wide or narrow bandwidth. Trimpot for adjusting mid boost is accessible on rear control cover.

Front Controls:  Master volume, pickup blend, treble roll-off (VTC), bass boost, treble boost, midrange boost on/off switch, preamp bypass switch.

Rear Controls: Trim pots for adjusting preamp gain and mid boost.  |  SEE PHOTO

Bridge:  Sadowsky chrome-plated brass with 20mm string spacing or 19mm on 5-string models.

Options:  Premium woods, matching headstock, bell cover.

Finishes:  Available in all Sadowsky finishes.

ARTICLES AND REVIEWS:

  Bass Guitar Magazine | Review
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PREVIOUSLY SOLD WILL LEE MODELS (NYC 4-String):

PREVIOUSLY SOLD WILL LEE MODELS (NYC 5-String):

PREVIOUSLY SOLD WILL LEE MODELS (Metro 4-String):

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

The Will Lee Model is available as:
NYC:  4-string or 5-string (build time is 7 months)
METRO:  4-string (build time is 4-5 months)

New orders require a deposit of $500.

For current stock availability, please check our Stock Page.

For an explanation of the differences between our NYC and Metro models, click here.

Midrange boost circuit is exclusive to the Will Lee Model and is NOT SOLD SEPARATELY.

E-mail us for NYC model pricing.

More info about Will Lee can be found at:
www.willlee.com  •  www.facebook.com/pages/Will-Lee-Official-Fan-Page/460724410275  •  www.myspace.com/willleenyc

Will Lee photo by Sandrine Lee

Special thanks to Premier Guitar for the YouTube interview.