• Sire Marcus Miller V7-5 Vintage 2nd Gen Alder Black MN
  • Sire Marcus Miller V7-5 Vintage 2nd Gen Alder Black MN

Sire might be a relatively new name in the bass business but it has taken it by the storm. When bass legend Marcus Miller got onboard to help them design and fine tune these basses, a true Revolution took place. The whole idea was to produce entry level instruments that would offer features, sound and playability well beyond their price tag.

This is the Second Generation of Sire basses and we can honestly say these are now professional instruments with a really attractive price. Amazing value for money, actually. If the first Sire basses were a Revolution, new ones are the perfect Evolution.

Improvements over the original V7 (series 1) are: new and improved pickups, satin finish at the back of the neck, 9.5" radius (instead of 7.5"), Medium jumbo frets (instead of Small frets), Rolled fingerboard edges (we love that), ash wood battery cover (instead of plastic). Oh yes, and the pickup cover is now included both in the 4 & 5 string models.

This is the top of the line Jazz Bass style and it is named Marcus Miller V7 Vintage 2nd Generation. It has an alder body in Black and maple fingerboard with Black Block Inlays. As you can see, this is the 5 string version low B is surprisingly good. Loud and clear. Incredible!

Here are the highlights of this really amazing bass:

 

Sire Marcus Miller V7-5 Vintage 2nd Gen Alder Black MN

Availability: green

Body: Alder
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: Maple with black block inlays
Construction: Bolt On
Frets: 20
Pickups: Marcus Miller Super J Revolution USA made Single Coil x2
Electronics: Marcus Miller Heritage-3 Preamp System
Controls: Volume, Balance, Tone, 3 band EQ with sweepable mids
Weight: 4.6kg
Neck width at nut (mm): 45
String spacing at the bridge (mm): 18
Scale (inches): 34

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745,00

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Sire Marcus Miller V7-5 Vintage 2nd Gen Alder Black MN
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