LIMITED TIME! Take $100 off this model, and 50% off options! Kiesel Guitars is excited to team up with noted bassist Roy Vogt to offer the The Roy Vogt RV69K 6-string signature bass, part of the new Vanquish Series bolt-neck basses. Roy has been playing Custom Shop basses for a number of years, and has worked with an amazing list of top stars, including Larry Coryell, Victor Wooten, Tom Scott and the LA Express, Chester Thompson, Glenn Campbell, BJ Thomas, Chet Atkins, Englebert Humperdink, Dickey Betts, Charlie Daniels, Jerry Reed and many others, and we are excited to work with Roy on the development of his new signature instrument. The Vanquish is a radical departure from our other bolt-neck basses, yet maintains the Custom Shop's reputation for superior build quality, unbeatable tone, excellent playability, and a long list of available options. The many new features of the Vanquish Series put these basses in a class by themselves, and we're proud to offer bassists this ultimate instrument, and to work with a bassist of Roy Vogt's pedigree. The RV69K is made in the USA, and is loaded with features generally only found in boutique instruments. However, because we sell direct to you, you don't have to pay a boutique price for your new RV69K. With hundreds of options available, you can build your RV69K exactly the way you want it, and be the proud owner of an instrument that will last you a lifetime.

Take 10 days to try out your RV69K bass. Really give it a workout. If you're not satisfied for any reason, send it back for a prompt refund or exchange - you would only be responsible for the return shipping. (US and Canada customers only; international customers, see here)

The RV69K Roy Vogt Vanquish bass is built at the Kiesel Guitars Custom Shop in Escondido, California.



RV69K Specifications:

construction bolt-on neck
scale length 34"
body alder with smooth comfortable neck heel and 5-bolt neck
top wood 4A flamed maple, matching headstock wood with drop-shadow silver Kiesel logo
neck tung-oiled 5-piece maple neck with 2 walnut stripes; two high-strength carbon-fiber reinforcing rods and fully-adjustable dual action truss rod
fingerboard ebony, 14" radius
inlays white pearl dots with standard black-ring Luminlay Super Blue side dots
neck dimensions 2.03" wide @ nut, 3.22" wide @ 24th fret; .79" thick @ 1st fret, .91" thick at 12th fret
hardware chrome
bridge Hipshot™ A-style with strings-through-body or top loading; string spacing 0.64" (16.25mm)
tuners Carvin premium tuners, 20:1 ratio
frets 24 stainless steel medium-jumbo, .103 wide X .048 tall
pickup dual SCP split coil pickups in the neck and bridge
electronics 18V active/passive electronics with master volume, pickup blend, stacked bass and treble, stacked mid with sweep
strings Dunlop Super Brights
dimensions 44 3/4" long, 13 5/8" wide, 1 5/8" thick body
average weight 9.6 pounds