Yin Yang Standard
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Based on our coveted Victor Wooten Yin Yang Deluxe, the Yin Yang Standard has been developed in close consultation with our dear friend and bass player extraordinaire, Victor Wooten. Victor has long wanted us to develop a Yin Yang that could be more widely available and within reach of a broader range of players.
The Yin Yang Standard was designed with a meticulously chosen set of build specifications and is crafted from exactly the same materials as all of our custom made Brooklyn instruments to ensure that legendary Fodera playability and tone -- at a price that is considerably less than the Victor Wooten Yin Yang Deluxe.
**Click Here to see photos of Victor Wooten playing his Yin Yang Standard**
Released on January 13, 2011 at the Winter NAMM Show, the Yin Yang Standard began shipping to customers in June, 2011. You can watch an interview from the morning after the release of the Yin Yang Standard here.
Read the review from NoTreble.com showing off our Yin Yang Standard as one of the top 10 best reveals from the 2011 NAMM Show. Check it out here.
Check out our new Fodera Artist, Michel Labaki, sporting the Yin Yang Standard! Take a look at his biography here and take a look at his music video:
Some of the milestones working with Victor along the way to the Yin Yang Standard...
1st Yin Yang = 7/7/95 – Ebony & Holly Top, Alder Body, Ebony FB (Fretless)
2nd Yin Yang = 4/9/96 – Ebony & Holly Top, Alder Body, Maple & Ebony FB
3rd Yin Yang = 1/24/99 – Purpleheart & Pau Amarillo Top, Alder Body, Maple & Purpleheart FB (5-String)
4th Yin Yang = 1/13/06 – Ebony & Satinwood Top, Walnut Body, Ebony FB
Yin Yang Standard Specifications:
Body Wood Options
- Alder Body
- Flame Maple with Painted Yin-Yang Top
- Solid Top
- Ebony Fingerboard
- 1-pc Maple Neck
- Pearloid Dot Inlays
- 4095 Nickel Strings
- Bolt-On Construction
- 34" Scale Length
- 4 String Configuration
- Fodera / Pope Standard 3-Band Preamp
- Fodera Standard Layout
- Fodera / EMG P/J Pickups
NOTE: Hardware color can be upgraded to Gold for a $150 fee.