Daisy Rock's new Rebel Rockit Bass: think pink

(Dave Molter | Posted 2011-02-19)

Daisy Rock's new Rebel Rockit Bass: think pink

It's pink and sparkly and supposedly built "from the ground up for girl rockers," but if you're a male, don't let the macho dude in you reject Daisy Rock's new Rebel Rockit Bass on looks alone.

The Rockit has many of the features that male bassists want: a full-scale (34") neck with rosewood fretboard, a slim neck and a Seymour Duncan passive P/J pickup configuration that many players say gives them punch of a Precision Bass and the growl of a Jazz Bass., and with an MSRP of $299.95 USD, the price is right. As for the Atomic Pink color -- what's color got to do with it? I could easily see this bass in the hands of almost anyone except Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmister.

The Rockit also offers a Jazz-inspired lightweight sycamore body designed to reduce fatigue while playing, volume/volume /tone controls and Grover tuners for rock solid tuning.

Like all Daisy Rock guitars, this bass arrives completely set up and ready to play, and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Once sneered at for their flower and butterfly shaped guitars and basses, Daisy Rock has in recent years turned heads among players by winning "Best in Show" awards at NAMM and other trade shows worldwide.

Daisy Rock is the original girl-guitar company dedicated to successfully supplying and marketing pro-quality guitars for females. The company is led by its President, Tish Ciravolo, and co-owned and distributed by Alfred Publishing. Daisy Rock’s ongoing mission is to provide females of all ages with whatever it takes to learn to play guitar and enjoy music. Daisy Rock has established and continues to strengthen its reputation as “THE female guitar company.”

Daisy Rock, its talented management team, and its products have been continuously featured in worldwide mainstream media, including People, Time, Newsweek, CNN, ABC, NBC, FOX, VH1, the Premier Radio Network, BBC Radio, the Associated Press, etc. The company was founded solely by Tish Ciravolo in October 2000.

From a press release.

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