Status Chris Wolstenholme Signature Bass 5-string
|Status Chris Wolstenholme's Signature Bass 5-string|
|Used||Green-LED: 2012-10-16- |
|Bridge||Mono-rail bridge units|
|Electronics||Master volume and pickup blend controls|
|Pickup(s)||2 Status hum-cancelling pickups|
|Special circuits||Treble and bass active E.Q. plus bright switch, control orientation reversed, midrange boost circuit.|
- 5-string Model
- The bridge pickups has been moved away from the bridge by 20mm to make the right-hand technique a little more flexible.
- The neck pickup has also been moved towards the fingerboard by 10mm which makes the tone a little warmer.
- Volume / pickup balance and bass / treble controls have been reversed when compared to a standard Status bass. This has no effect on the way the controls operate, it's just a personal preference Chris has.
- A new midrange control has been fitted : this has individual controls for both mid frequency and mid cut / boost. This allows you to pin-point the exact midrange frequency then adjust exactly how much is to be boosted or cut. This midrange control can be pre-set and there is an on/off switch to by-pass it completely.
- Chris also specified front LEDs as a custom option. His main bass currently has blue LEDs (red, green, amber and white are also available)
- Black hardware is standard on Chris' basses (gold and chrome are also available)
- Individual mono-rail bridge units are fitted as standard.
The one with green LEDs was first used for the first gig of The 2nd Law arena tour in Montpellier. For the 2015 Cologne gig he used a second 5-string bass, that has blue LEDs and that most likely replaced the 5-string Fender Jazz Bass.
The 2nd Law tour : Drop A (AEADG)
Songs used for
Drones Tour: Drop D + 5th string as guitar string (DADG?)